Of course, some of the dovetails looked straight out of a book.
Some did not.
Most were average.
But there is hope! Tails are so very fixable.
First, you cut a nice clean kerf with your dovetail saw. This makes the gap a uniform size.
You shave off some nice thin and thick slivers and prepare some wedges. Slather glue liberally. I’m talking Democrat with a bailout plan style of liberal. Push/jam/pound wedges in (but don’t break em.)
Oh ho ho. Where are those gaps now, buddy?
I went ahead and forgot the process of routing out a slot to hold the top and bottom panels. Doh.
If it helps, here’s a pretty bandsaw resaw picture. I still use my cheesy old wooden resaw fence. Still trying to get the stock fence right. (Rikon 10-325, awesome bandsaw.)