Woodworker's Journal 2007-Winter, страница 64
MATERIAL LIST - Doors/Drawers/Legs
Door Exploded View
Drawer Exploded View (23
Figure 3: The drawer is built for shop use with heavy-duty, full-extension slides and screws through each of the 3/4" glued finger joints.
Installing the Top
With the doors and drawer in place, you're ready to attach the top permanently. But first, turn it over and mill a 1/4" chamfer along the bottom outside edge with a bearing-guided chamfering bit chucked in a portable router. This eliminates the sharp edge and some painful slivers.
Apply glue to the top edge of the cabinet, put the top in place and drive 2" countersunk screws down through it into predrilled pilot holes in the cabinet members. Fill the holes with a wood filler that hardens completely.
After the filler dries, sand it flush. Then apply a second coat of filler and sand that flush, too, after it dries.
Applying Plastic Laminate
If you don't work with a lot of plastic laminate, you may not know that there are waterbased contact adhesives for applying laminate that give off none of the volatile fumes. We advise using this formulation, especially if you are building this project during the winter in an enclosed shop.
Apply an equally thick coat to the top of each wing, the saw station top, and the bottom of each piece (cut 2" oversized for easy trimming) of plastic laminate (piece 32). Let the adhesive dry until it doesn't feel sticky, then place sticks or dowels on the wings and top. Line up the laminate (you only get one chance