Here’s what I’ve had:
The vertical saw till needed flush ring pulls, and those finally came in this week. Tonight was install time.
First to practice on pine. Traced it with a knife, chisel’d (carefully) and drilled and got the fit right. Lots of chiseling ahead on a much narrower piece of walnut.
Removed the saws and square from the till and set it up on the bench for work.
Chisel’d out the square, marked for the deep, recessed cut needed for the pull. Used the forstner in a suitable brace.
Pre-drilled for the screws (phillips type, but those will be replaced with slotted screws when I get them…)
Done, and Done.
As always, thanks for looking!
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