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Because each mortise is centered on your ¾ stock, you can flip the workpiece end-to-end and the setup will remain consistent. With all your mortises cut, it’s time to move on to the tenons on the rails. Again, ¾″ stock makes it easy to center the tenons in your workpieces, and not have to change setups or spend much time measuring. Glen suggests using ¾″ stock for all face frames when possible; that way the layout becomes second nature (after so much time in the shop, he can eyeball it to within a millimeter, so he spent a lot of time rolling his eyes every time I reached for my 6″ rule and/or sliding square).
The short length and rabbeted bottom edge provide room to adjust the width with a block plane. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer I also added decorative pegs (, ¼″ and ") to the joint locations on the front legs, the door stiles and the drawer front. Recesses of about ¼ deep for the plugs were made with the square punches. The plugs were ripped from some quartersawn walnut. I cut square strips on the table saw, about larger than the recesses. I smoothed the long edges of these strips with my block plane, and I measured the width and thickness with calipers until they were close in size, but still a bit larger than the holes.
After clamping, check to see that they are square. WHERE BOTTOM AND SIDE COLLIDE. This isn’t as hard as it looks; the side will be one piece, and trial runs ensure that everything fits. TAPE FOR THE TAPERS. Offcuts from tapering the legs are taped in place to provide a flat surface for the clamps. Tighten Up Fighting off the urge to glue the entire box together, I went over all the parts with a card scraper then fine sandpaper. Then I put the side panels in place and glued the rails between the legs, then let these subassemblies dry overnight.