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the horizontal panels and place the opposite end in place. Put some nails through the end panel into the horizontal dividers. It's too bad they don't make an air nailer that fires cut nails. But, conveniently enough, the driving rod in a standard pneumatic nailer has a rectangular shape that almost looks authentic.

This is a good time to make sure you have a helper handy. You can do the next steps yourself, but it's just a lot easier with a friend.

You want to flip the carcase end-for-end, so the unattached end is now on top. Remove the loose end, add glue and then replace the end and nail it in place.

This is a good time to check the carcase for square, measur

ing across the case from corner-to-corner. It's also not a bad idea to clamp a couple L-shaped supports in place to help hold the case square while you attach the rest of the pieces.

Next add the two smaller horizontal dividers to the "down" end of the cabinet. Put the glue in the lower dados, set the dividers in place, then glue and place the vertical divider in place. Nail through the vertical divider into the short horizontal dividers and also through the two long horizontal dividers to hold the vertical divider in place.

You have an option here: You can either repeat this last step on the other side by holding the piece up in place to attach it, or you can

To further divide the upper section, two more horizontal dividers and one vertical divider are added on each end of the cabinet.

FRAME & PANEL DRESSER

End Panels

□ 4 Stiles

DIMENSIONS (INCHES) T W L

3/4 25/8

41

Maple

41

Maple

2

Rails

3/4

25/8

14V2

Maple

2

Rails

3/4

53/4

14V2

Maple

2

Panels

5/8

143/8

Maple

Frame Panels

8

Stiles

3/4

2V2

583/4

Maple/Poplar

8

Stiles

3/4

2V2

233/4

Maple/Poplar

2

Stiles

3/4

2V2

10V4

Maple/Poplar

4

Stiles

3/4

2V2

163/4

Maple/Poplar

28

Rails

3/4

2V2

14V2

Poplar

4

Panels

V4

143/16

263/16

Plywood

4

Panels

V4

143/16

19

Plywood

4

Panels

V4

143/16

197/16

Plywood

2

Panels

V4

143/16

127/16

Plywood

2

Panels

V4

143/16

815/16

Plywood

1

Panel

V4

143/16

Plywood

Case Pieces

1

Top

3/4

20V4

62 V2

Maple

2

Front stiles

3/4

2V2

814

Maple

11

Drawer guides

7/16

15/16

17

Poplar

1

Front base

3/4

5

61V2

Maple

2

Side bases

3/4

5

193/4

Maple

12

Back pieces

V2

5

36V4

Maple/Poplar

1

Cove moulding

3/4

13/16

61V2

Maple

2

Cove mouldings

3/4

13/16

193/4

Maple

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DIMENSIONS (INCHES) MATERIAL

T W L

DIMENSIONS (INCHES) MATERIAL

T W L

NO.

TEM

Drawers

8

Drawer sides

V2

77/8

183/8

Poplar

4

Drawer fronts

V2

77/8

283/4

Poplar

4

Drawer backs

V2

283/4

Poplar

12

Drawer sides

V2

47/8

183/8

Poplar

6

Drawer fronts

V2

47/8

237/l6

Poplar

6

Drawer backs

V2

4V8

237/l6

Poplar

2

Drawer sides

V2

27/8

183/8

Poplar

1

Drawer front

V2

27/8

915/16

Poplar

1

Drawer back

V2

915/16

Poplar

4

Drawer veneers

V4

293/8

Maple

6

Drawer veneers

V4

24

Maple

1

Drawer veneer

V4

3V4

10V2

Maple

4

Drawer bottoms

5/8

18V8

28V4

Plywood

6

Drawer bottoms

5/8

18V8

Plywood

1

Drawer bottom

5/8

18V8

97/16

Plywood

Door

2

Door stiles

3/4

2

13

Maple

2

Door rails

3/4

2

Maple

1

Door panel

5/8

7V16

93/4

Maple

NO.

TEM

NO.

TEM

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