In another room I'm doing base cabinets with the bookcase on top of them - to overcome limitations of a 8' sheet of hardwood plywood.
Just wondering - if I want to skip the base cabinet approach - and make a 9' tall bookcase, what are some of the techniques involved? How do you folks get 9' of sides out of a 8' hunk o' plywood?
I've considering asking the same dude that auctioned off the Time Machine to see if he has a plywood stretching machine. Or warping the space time continuum. In the meantime, I thought I'd ask the wreck.