First time buying hinges, so im about to sound like an idiot. Will this hinge work for a frameless/panel cabinet with 3/4" overlay?
Case is assembled and it weighs a ton. This glue up was so difficult for me. The dominoes were difficult to line up exactly along the 20" length, and then i had a large back panel to line up in the rabbet. Safe to say it was a giant PITA and ruined my evening. Case is mostly square, except for the top and bottom of the drawer compartment. Those pieces are 1/16" out of square over 12". I dont fully understand how they arent square when the top and bottom of the case are square. It wont be the end of the world, but it ticks me off when you spend a lot of time ensuring things are flat, straight, square, identical length, and then it all goes to hell in a hand basket in under ten minutes when you glue it. Time to take some measurements and make some doors.
Hey, now... I actually like these little guys! Plus, my kids have learned more about goal-setting, delayed gratification, project management, and animal husbandry in 4-H with these things than I ever could have taught them on their own.
That being said, we're currently planning on cross-breeding one of our Flemish Giant rabbits with another meat breed and then raising our own meat rabbits.
In my area i can get R-30 loose insulation for $25 which covers 65.3 sq ft. Taking that to R-49 you'd halve the coverage area. So you'd get 32.6 sq ft per $25. I commonly see R-49 as the number to shoot for in ceilings and attics in colder climates. I'd do this sooner rather then later. Once cold fall hits those blowers become a hot commodity, well around here at least.
I used a conversion of R-2.2 per inch. I chose the low number because insulation will settle some after you blow it in. R-49 comes out to being 22" deep.