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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2011 12:36 pm 
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Nice looking fit colour I am just in the middle of some photo shoot work and am using them on this work we add 4 bumpers to the panels this gives us that extra grip you are looking for and brings the panel out to be more in line with the other doors. So if you try this you may find this sort out that little blip. The bumpers create resistance i just bring the female part forward half the bumper thickness.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2011 1:11 pm 
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Very eagle eyed of you! :wink:

In fact the panel was removed and 4 bumbers were attached. Initially I wasn't going to add them to this panel as you will notice from the style of the doors they have recessed handles so adding the bumpers would not have helped line them up. Had there been doors on either side of the panel rather than above I would have fitted them by default to bring the panel flush with these but seeing as there is only one door above with the recess that extra 1.5mm would not be noticed. But of course what I then noticed is when looking at the unit side on, the panel is flush fit where as the doors have a shadow gap (created by the bumpers on them). I should have know really but it was a slight lapse but rest assured it was done :thumbleft:

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