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To prepare the wardrobe for assembly, Paul uses appliqued stops rather than rebating the solid wood because of the added wood Paul needed to seat the screws. The whole carcass relies on screws to fasten the tops and sides together, and this episode prepares for the next phase of assembly. Throughout this section, Paul is conscious of what will and will not be seen, so on the inside, he has no problem with visible screw heads but does not want them on the exterior. The best way to determine the positioning of the screws is to get them ready for assembly. The parallelity of the overall cabinet will affect the doors, the drawer, and the plywood back.