I can only blame myself for getting distracted between doing a client piece and resuming the kitchen hutch I am making for myself. I got it in my head that I needed some more storage under the tablesaw right wing area. This will be a simple frameless carcass with full extension drawers. Even though I have several methods of elevating work, I found myself staring to assemble this thing on my workbench and on the ground(???).
My larger sled makes cutting larger panels truly square a quickly do-able thing.
I have found that on fixtures like this I have no need of a removable back. I do want the back off when I install the glides so, I tape it in place to help keep the carcass square until I am done with that phase.
I finally figured out that I don't have to hunch over this thing on the floor anymore . . .
The torsion beams will work fine as an assembly surface for the rest of this job.
I'm on call for work this week and I keep getting interrupted . . .
I cut a bottom panel and drill access holes to reach the lever adjustments. I put this in with glue and pocket holes.
Time to break for a snack.