Well, actually one.
Here is the problem, My friend brought over a broken cabinet drawer from his kitchen, seems he dropped something on the drawer front and it broke off.
No problem, went to BORG and got some 1/2" Poplar and using the existing sides as a guide I cut matching joints and re assembled just like new, So what's the problem?
The original sides were made of 7/16" poplar whilst I used 1/2" thick poplar. Who would have thought that production cabinets had such a close tolerance? Especiall with such a large overhanging lip on each side.
So the problem now seems to be how to make each side 1/16" thinner considering that I did a really good jop of glueing the joints so they won't disassemble and there is a 1/2" lip on each side where the drawer front extends. (so running across the joiner is out of the question)
I already sucessfully solved the problem, just interested in how you guys would approach this delima....