Started on this tool chest tonight. Forgot to take pictures of my progress so far, but will tomorrow and will post it. I’m making it out of 1/2” AC Plywood. I wish I would have made it bigger, as the top drawers will be quite small, but I was able to make the entire skeleton (without the drawers) out of 1 4X4 sheet. Didnt want to spend the money on the 2nd sheet so this is why I have made it this size (24WX18HX12D)
The bottom two rows of drawers will be plenty big for the tools I want to put in it, so will use more 1/2 ply to make those drawers.
My question is, Is there a good way to make drawers out of 1/4 inch material for the top two rows of drawers? the front of the drawers will all be 1/2” ply. I really want to use 1/4 to allow for more room. Maybe its not a good idea?
Not looking for it to win any awards for craftsmanship – this is mostly for function not quality (even though I obviously still want it to look good)
any suggestions welcome. Thanks
More to come…
-- Hey you dang woodchucks, quit chucking my wood!!!!