Industrial sideboard can be one of the most difficult projects for the best carpenter. The accuracy of the alignment of the drawer and the importance of all the assembly parts properly leaves little room for error. The drawers should fit perfectly in the outer frame, but not so perfectly that it does not slip easily. This four-drawer wooden chest of drawers is simple but elegant and fits in with the decor or most of the bedrooms, but it can be challenging and requires a bit of patience.
Place the plywood drawer’s 3/4 inch slide assemblies on the sides of the industrial sideboard with the 1-1 / 2-inch to 2-inch, 14-inch, 26-inch, and 38-inch screws from the bottom edge. Put four or five screws on each mounting rail. Attach the mounting drawer tools by the installation instructions of the rails. Mount the front frame by drilling two 1-inch holes in the ends of each of the 33-inch pieces and gluing the 2-inch wood dowels into the holes. Drill the holes in the 48-inch pieces for the dowels to fit. Hold the pieces together while the glue dries.
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Place the front frame on both sides of the industrial sideboard with the nails and wood glue. Cut a 1/4 inch recess off the 24-inch by 40-inch top piece of the plywood all the way around the outer edges using a router with a little 1/4 inch. Holes the screws previously screw holes then the top piece of the plywood on the sides and the front frame. Cut a 1/4 inch recess of the 1-by-2 corner pieces and attach these to the embossed edges of the top comfortably with glue. Clamp until it dries.