Interesting, but it means that the drawer bottoms will always have to be thick like the sides, using up a lot of plywood and making heavy drawers. Also means that void free plywoods need to be used or risk having air pockets in the joints. Also, the only real time saver I can see is having the whole thing fold up at once as opposed to having to fit parts together, because I'd say the math involved and laying out one of those is just as complex and time consuming as tried and true methods. If it comes apart on you during the folding process, then you basically are back to having separate parts to glue up again. I am surprised that the two ends on the drawer box where the thin veneer was crosscut (or crossfolded?) and was all that was holding the ends on, that they didn't come off when he folded it.
Last edited by Duane Bledsoe; 06-15-2015 at 02:20 PM.