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ready to make a test cut. The resulting dado was just a bit narrow, and a few swipes with the smoothing plane on the bottom of the shelves made for a snug fit.
After routing the three dados in each of the case sides, I began to make the second jig, which is used to cut the mortises. The mortises are 5/s" wide and 23A" long, and they are equal distances from the front and back of the case sides witha 3" space in between. Rather than cut the mortises in the jig, 1 made them by assembling pieces of '/2"-thick plywood in two layers.
I laid out the locations of the mortises on the larger, bottom part of the jig, then I glued and nailed smaller pieces along the layout
5/8" wide x W (hick drawer runners