Worked on this last weekend and got back on it today. When I worked on it Sunday getting the door in place I quickly realized that a previous mistake, the left inside panel for the tray cabinet was key stoned with the top tilting in. This left a major gap on the right hand side of the door. The case was glued and brad nailed so I was very afraid to take it back apart to fix it in the first place. So I thought about it all week while in Nebraska and came up with how to fix it.
It worked out just great, basically the solution was to use my heat gun to soften the glue, then my cabinet makers mallet to knock the cleat loose, and I then pulled the old brads out. Next was a clamp used to spread the partition a part and I then placed a spacer the appropriate size in the tray space and then used a big parallel clamp to pull everything back to its proper place. New brads and glue to fix everything in their proper location. I am very pleased with the results. One side effect is that I am going to have to re-do all of the bit tray fronts and build out two new trays.
So here is where things stand as of this evening.
And here are some of the trays pulled out.
Next up is to fix the two trays all of the fronts on the left hand side and to get the drawers done.
-- //FC - Round Rock, TX - "Experience is what you get just after you need it"