After way Way WAY to long of a hiatus on this project, I got a hall-pass to go into the shop this long weekend. That, folks, is partly why it was called Thanksgiving weekend! :)
The drawer tiers need the panels installed as well as the webbing. To install the panels into the drawer tiers, we need to rabbet the edge, but the edge is on an incline. The fact that each tier has 5 unique inclines means we can't use some normal techniques for doing the rabbet. I'll talk about some options and why I didn't chose them then show you how I did these.
The section on rabbeting is longer than I expected, but it shows you some tricks to do the operation safely, even if you don't have a hotdog-phobic saw :) I think the techniques are useful in a lot of other operations.
You have no idea the amount of time between the recording of the first clip to the last... whoa, need to reel in that day-job :)
As always, thanks for reading! Okay, bucket of hot apple cider ready? Cue it up...
(the slow-cooker in the last scene was loaded with hot apple cider in case my neighbors showed up; sure enough, they did and I got nothing done, but that's okay because there may or may not have been some rum involved...)
For my email subscribers, here's a link to the video page.