Fig C Drawer Unit

ATTACH DRAWER CLEATS, using a spacer to get them square and the same distance from the bottom of the side. Start at the bottom, ant) as you move up the side, rip the spacer to a narrower width, as needed.

DRAWER BOXES are made from I /2-in. plywood, held together with naiis and glue,You can simply hammer them in, but a brad nailer makes this part of the project go much faster.The l/4-in. plywood bottom is glued and nailed directly to the bottom of the drawer.

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ATTACH THE DRAWER FRONTS to the drawer boxes while they're in the cabinet. Use double-faced tape to hold each front in place, once you have it perfectly aligned.

BOLT ON THE PULLS so they hold the drawer front to the drawer box securely. Center each handle on the drawer front.

DRAWER STOPS, one on the drawer and one on the cleat, prevent the drawers from falling onto your toes if they're pulled out all the way. Remove the front stops if you prefer to be able to pull the drawer out to use as a tray.

ATTACH THE DRAWER FRONTS to the drawer boxes while they're in the cabinet. Use double-faced tape to hold each front in place, once you have it perfectly aligned.

BOLT ON THE PULLS so they hold the drawer front to the drawer box securely. Center each handle on the drawer front.

Utility Cabinets (4)

Overall Dimensions: 29-3/4" H x 15-3/4" W x 15-3/4" D

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