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Hey /diy/, oldfag fa/tg/uy here and I'm thinking of build a smallish bookshelf for muh nerd-tomes.

I've got the dimensions sorted out and I'm not half bad with woodwork, but I'm not theost knowledgeable when it come to the complexities of hardwood furnishings.

My question: Would rabbeting out grooves in the walls of the bookcase with my router be the simplest/most effective way to install the shelves, or is there a better way? I have no idea how its done traditionally but that just seems like the most direct way to me. Thanks for any help/insight you might have!

Pic quasi related: I'm a terrible machinist
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>>944827
If you don't need the shelves to move that is an absolutely rock solid way to do it and you should have no qualms about using that technique.
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>>944827
What's wrong with caliperbro?
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>>944911
you can only get like .02 at best with most calipers...
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>>944917
Even crappy verniers are pretty precise nowadays, not sure about accuracy but they'll give the same value if you measure twice.

But unless i'm working on an engine I don't even bother with a micrometer
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My right hand has gotten pretty good at noticing about a thou of play.
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>>944931
Is that roughly the amount of movement you have in your foreskin?
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OP here

>>944844
Thank you. No movement nessecary so that's perfect.

>>944917
Good ones are accurate to +/-.005. The shit you can buy at the hardware store, not so much.

>>944927
This is accurate information. Pun slightly intended.

Thank you for making my first /diy/ experience a good one, anons.
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>>944917
.02 what, bananas?
>>944980
.005 what, bananas?
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