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#1 posted 10-30-2009 11:16 PM

I do the same as woodworm picture #1 using the cleats in the slot.
I do not use the small angle bracket shown in #2, just the slot method all the way around. Very easy to just put the slot in the apron on the table saw, or alternatively, a router with slot cutter or I have for the bedside table used a biscuit cutter to pop in some slots where wanted, when i did not want a slot the entire length.

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