Field Installation and Service Manual IMS120 - Page 5

Step 3 Scribe Mark the Wood Top to the Wall Condition (Two Wall Corner With Open End) 3.1 Place the Wood Top in position. Confi rm that it is parallel to the front of the cabinet face and as far against each wall as it can go while still remaining parallel to the face. Typically, gaps will exist between the Wood Top and walls at some point. If the gaps are larger than 1/8”, scribe mark the Wood Top to the wall to trace the wall condition onto the Wood Top for cutting or grinding. Note the location where the gap is the largest along a wall and set the scribe tool to mark that dimension. Finished Top Before Scribe Marking Setting Scribe Dimension Back Wall Scribe Dimension for Back Wall Side Wall Scribe Dimension for Side Wall Scribe Tool Finished End Finished Top Scribe Dimension Cabinet Front 3.2 Apply masking tape to the perimeter of the Wood Top along the edges that will contact the walls. Do not allow the tape to span or obscure the gap between it and the wall. 120 3.3 Using the scribe tool, trace the wall condition with a crisp line onto the masking tape. Reset the scribe tool for the largest gap dimension on the returning wall and repeat. ©2017 PCS Professional Cabinet Solutions. All Rights Reserved. Section 1: IMS 120 5