Put the drawers in and found that the top one was too shallow for my router bits so i knocked the top off and extended it up 1 1/2"
LMAO. If you notice in the first picture of the box there is a cut-out filled in on the bottom. Well that started out as the top. When I tried to slide the box in over the front angle it hung up on the router lift. So I cut a hole for that and the box went in and dropped down 2" and I lost 2 " of room inside. So I took the front angle off turned it over to be upside down and then I could just slide the box into the stand. I still didn't have room in the top drawer and since now I had some room at the top, I figured if I raised the top ,it would allow the bits room , but it didn't.A man after my own heart. Build it, find it dont work, modify it, modify it, and suddenly it does work.
LMAO, If I worked for me I would fire myself. I seldom use plans, just measure and build, It comes back to bite me once in awhile.LOL.We dont need no steenkin plans. If it works, it works for us.
Thanks for the compliment. I am getting good at covering my mistakes. These are pretty basic cabinets, a box, drawer guides, drawer boxes, face frame, drawer fronts, and pulls.All I cans say is you do the most beautiful and functional woodworking. Makes me wish I had your talent for woodworking.
Nice build Herb. If you keep this up in another year or two you might be a real woodworker. :wink::laugh2:Thanks for the compliment. I am getting good at covering my mistakes. These are pretty basic cabinets, a box, drawer guides, drawer boxes, face frame, drawer fronts, and pulls.
Thanks for the laugh.I need to do that to all my roll arounds. You notice I said need to, not going to.
Mine are similar to these.What kind of drawer glides, Herb?