Cut out the parts

The Family Handyman - - BY JEFF GORTON -

Af­ter ad­just­ing the size of parts B, C, D and E for the cab­i­net width, you can cut out all the parts ex­cept the car­rier bot­tom. If you’re us­ing a ta­ble saw, make par­tial cuts to form the L-shaped sides. But re­mem­ber, you can’t see how far the blade is cut­ting on the un­der­side, so be sure to stop short of your in­side cor­ner marks by at least an inch. shows how to com­plete the cut with a jig­saw.

Trace along the edge of a 1-gal­lon paint can to draw the ra­dius for the curve on the side pan­els. Trace along a quart­size can to draw the ra­dius on the di­viders. Cut the curves on the sides and di­viders with a jig­saw Smooth the curved cuts with 100-grit sand­pa­per.

Photo 2 (Photo 3).

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