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woodbutcherbynight

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#1 posted 05-17-2018 01:37 AM

Having looked at your drawing I would suggest a different approach to the bottom of your cabinet.

While this is crappy picture you can see I have added a frame inside this cabinet. Then attached the sides and back to it. You can do this at the top, (I do for work benches) or use plywood. I find having plywood cut to the exact same dimensions as my frame aids greatly in getting it all lined up and keeping it square. Some will say overkill but for a mobile cabinet overkill would be a plus. Because who wants to push this thing and it gets caught and you push harder and it collapses or you break it. (Might be I have done this. LOL)

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