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Corner Computer Desk
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Four Drawer Cabinet

Here's the perfect computer desk for people who like lots of space. The top is not only large, it wraps
around you providing a convenient surface to rest your elbows while you work. It's made of oak veneered
plywood with a small amount of solid oak for the lap drawer and trim. Plus, it's an easy project. Check out
these features:

• Convenient lap drawer.
• Plenty of space below for the CPU tower and a large chair.
• A swivel caster on the rear leg for easy positioning in a corner.
• Easily disassembles for moving.
• The top measures 48" by 48" and the height is 30".
• Four Drawer Cabinet may be placed on either side.

Tools You Will Need: Table Saw, Drill, Pocket Hole Jig, Router

Copyright © 2009 by Robert E. Reedy
All rights reserved

Release Date: 02/27/2009

Corner Computer Desk
Materials You Will Need
One sheet of ¾” oak veneer plywood ........................................................................... see cutout diagram.
Less than 1/4 sheet of ½” Oak Veneer Plywood or other material ........................... drawer sides and back.
Less than 1/4 sheet of ¼” hardboard or thinner material ................................................... drawer bottom.
One 5 ½” by 6’ by ¾” solid oak board .............................. for the drawer front & stiffeners C, & edge trim.
One sets of 18” drawer slides (may be closer to 17 ¾”) .................................. available in hardware stores.
Box of 100 pocket hole face frame screws 1 ¼” ........................................................ (you’ll need about 65)
Seven Hex head bolts with flat washers, & lock washers ............................... (1/4” by 20 threads per inch).
Seven T-Nuts .................................................................................................. (1/4” by 20 threads per inch).

Item List

Item Name Size Material Qty
7 7
Top 47 /8” by 47 /8” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1
3
End Panels 29 ¼” by 21 /8” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
1
Top End Trim 24” by ¾” by /8” Solid Oak 2
5 1
Top Middle Trim 22 /8” by ¾” by /8” Solid Oak 1
1 1
Top Intermediate Trim 8 /8” by ¾” by /8” Solid Oak 2
1
End Panel Trim 29 ¼” by ¾” by /8” Solid Oak 2
Stiffener A 44 ¾” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
Stiffener B 3” by ¾” by ¾” Solid Oak 1
Stiffener C 8 ¾” by 3” by ¾” Solid Oak 2
Stiffener D 18 ¾” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
Stiffener E 5” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
1
Stiffener F 37 /8” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1
Gusset G 4” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
Gusset H 4” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 4
Gusset I 4” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
Stiffener J 20 ¾” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
End Panel Mount 20 ¾” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2
Leg Mount K 5” by 5” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1
Leg Top L 5” by 5” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1
Leg Side M 26” by 5 ¾” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1
Leg Side N 26” by 5” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1
Leg Foot O 2 ½” by 2 ½” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1
7
Drawer Front 22 ½” by 2 /8” by ¾” Solid Oak 1
7 7 3
Drawer Front Filler 2 /8” by /16” by /8” Solid Oak 2
3 5
Drawer Side 16 /8” by 2 /8” ½” Oak Plywood 2
5 5
Drawer Back 20 /8” by 2 /8” ½” Oak Plywood 1
2” Swivel Caster 1

Copyright © 2009 by Robert E. Reedy
All Rights Reserved

Corner Computer Desk Plans
Table of Contents

Materials List ................................................................................................................................. 1
Top Dimensions ............................................................................................................................. 2
End Panels Dimensions ................................................................................................................. 3
Edge Trim Dimensions .................................................................................................................. 4
Leg Dimensions ............................................................................................................................. 5
Lap Drawer Dimensions ................................................................................................................ 6
Stiffener Dimensions ..................................................................................................................... 7
Gusset & Leg Mount Dimensions ................................................................................................. 8
Stiffener Pocket Holes ................................................................................................................... 9
Stiffener A Screw Holes .............................................................................................................. 10
End Panel Mount Holes ............................................................................................................... 11
Gusset Holes - End Panel ............................................................................................................ 12
Leg Mount Holes ......................................................................................................................... 13
Leg Holes ..................................................................................................................................... 14
Attach Top Edge Trim ................................................................................................................. 15
Attach End Panel Edge Trim ....................................................................................................... 16
Round Over Edges ....................................................................................................................... 17
Attach Stiffeners A & Gusset B ................................................................................................... 18
Assemble Stiffeners C, D, & E .................................................................................................... 19
Attach Stiffeners CDE, & F ......................................................................................................... 20
Attach Gussets G, H, & I ............................................................................................................. 21
Attach Stiffeners J ........................................................................................................................ 22
Attach End Panel Mounts ............................................................................................................ 23
Assemble Leg – A ....................................................................................................................... 24
Assemble Leg – B ........................................................................................................................ 25
Assemble Leg – C ........................................................................................................................ 26
Attach Leg Mount ........................................................................................................................ 27
Drawer Parts – Slots .................................................................................................................... 28
Assemble The Drawer – Step 1 ................................................................................................... 29
Assemble The Drawer – Step 2 ................................................................................................... 30
Complete the Drawer ................................................................................................................... 31
Assemble the Desk ...................................................................................................................... 32
Stiffener Layout ........................................................................................................................... 33
Plywood Cutout Diagram ............................................................................................................ 34
Working with Veneered plywood ................................................................................................ 35
Router Guide plates ..................................................................................................................... 36
Making the Top ............................................................................................................................ 37

Copyright © 2009 by Robert E. Reedy, Vandalia, Ohio
All Rights Reserved

Vandalia. Ohio . Reedy. If you prefer. 8" 90° 47 7/8" Cut an opening from the rear corner as shown to the left. Corner Computer Desk Top Dimensions Page 2 47 7/8" Note: The top is made of 3/4" thick material. (This opening is optional. you can leave the corner square.) 8" 90° 2" 23 7/8" 2" Copyright 2009 by Robert E. This opening is for 23 7/8" computer cables. The 47 7/8" and 23 7/8 dimensions will become 48" and 23 7/8" 23 7/8" 24" after the 1/8" edge trim is added.

Corner Computer Desk End Panel Dimensions Page 3 21 3/8" End Panel (2 Required) 29 1/4" Wood Grain Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Vandalia. Reedy. Ohio .

5° 67. Reedy.5° Top View 22 5/8" Top Intermdeiate Trim (2 Required) 3/4" Side View 8 1/8" 45° Top View 67. Ohio . Vandalia. Note: The red circle are to pinit out corners tha require miter cuts Top End Trim (2 Required) Side View 3/4" 24" 90° 1/8" 45° Top View 24" Top Middle Trim (1 Required) Side View 3/4" 22 5/8" 67. Corner Computer Desk Edge Trim Dimensions Page 4 Make all Edge Trim pieces from solid oak 3/4" wide by 1/8" thick.5° 8 1/8" End Panel Trim (2 Required) Side View 3/4" 29 1/4" 90° Top View 90° 29 1/4" Copyright 2009 by Robert E.

N 3/4" M 2 1/2" 2 1/2" O 26" 26" 29 1/4" 26" 30" 2 1/2" 2" 3/4" 1 1/4" The length of Leg sections M & N are given as 26". you should make M & N 1/16" shorter than 26". The total length of the leg and wheel must be 29 1/4". This based on the wheel being 2 1/2" from the floor to the top of the mounting plate. you need to subtract the difference from the lengths of sections M & N. Ohio . Corner Computer Desk Leg Dimensions Page 5 5 3/4" 5" Cut a 3/4" by 3" section from M. Vandalia. Example: If your wheel is 2 9/16" high. If your wheel is a little higher. Remove the difference from the bottoms of M & N. This provides clearance for 3" Gusset B. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy.

Corner Computer Desk
Lap Drawer Dimensions
Page 6

Drawer Front
2 7/8"

22 1/2"

The Drawer Front is made of 3/4" thick solid oak.
Drawer Front Trim
(2 Required)
2 5/8"

Drawer Side (2 Required)

2 7/8"
7/16"
16 3/8"

The Drawer Sides are made of 1/2" thick material of your choice. Drawer Front Trim is made of 3/8" thick
solid oak.
2 5/8"

Drawer Back (1 Required)
20 5/8"

The Drawer Back is made of 1/2" thick material of your choice.

Drawer Bottom (1 Required)
15 7/8"

21"

The Drawer Bottom may be made of 1/4" thick material or thinner if you choose.

Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy, Vandalia, Ohio

Corner Computer Desk
Stiffeners Dimensions
Page 7

Note: Parts "C" are made of solid
hardwood. You can use veneered
plywood but you will need to make them Note: Parts "C", "D", & "E" require a
1/8" shorter and cover the exposed end 45° angle on one end!
with 1/8" thick trim as you did with the
exposed edges on the top. The end you
cut at 45° will NOT be exposed.

45° 45°
3" 3" 3" 3"

C (2 Required)

Edge View
8 3/4"

D (2 Required)

18 3/4"
Edge View

F (1 Required)
3"

Edge View
37 1/8"
A (2 Required)

J - Panel Mounts (4 Required)

45°
44 3/4"

Edge View

3"
(2 Required)

Edge View
5"
E
Edge View
20 3/4"

Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy, Vandalia, Ohio

Corner Computer Desk
Gussets and Leg Mount Dimensions
Page 8

G, H, & I - (8 Required) B - (1 Required)
3" 3/4"

B
Edge View

G, H, & I

3"
4"

K & L - (2 Required)
5"

KL
5"

Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy, Vandalia, Ohio

drill two 5/16" dia. Vandalia. 3" 3" In addition to the pocket holes. "D". Ohio . Corner Computer Desk Stiffener Pocket Holes Page 9 Drill pocket holes in stiffeners according to the drawings below. and "F" have pocket holes on both sides. J 5/16" Dia. 1 1/2" "1 1/2 2" 2" 2" C 2" 5/16" Dia. 2" 2" A (1st Side) A (2nd Side) 15" 15" 2" 2" F (1st Side) F (2ndSide) 13" 13" 2" 2" D (1st Side) D (2nd Side) 6" 6" Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Stiffeners "A". Reedy. holes through Stiffener "J" as shown above.

This is so the screws will not interfere with each other when attaching them to the Corner Gusset B. Position the stiffener with the pocket holes down when determining the position of these holes. Corner Computer Desk Stiffener A Holes Page 10 Drill and countersink holes for #6 flathead screws in the ends of the Stiffeners A as shown in the drawings below. Left Stiffener A 1 1/8" Left Stiffener A 3/8" Enlarged View 1/2" Right Stiffener A "1/2 3/8" Right Stiffener A Enlarged View 1 1/8" Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Ohio . Reedy. Vandalia. Note that the holes in the left and right stiffeners have the holes in different positions from the top and bottom.

Next. End Panel Mount (Rear Side) Copyright 2009 by Robert E. The back side of the End Panel Mount should look like the drawing to the right. hole about 3/8" deep for each tooth. Vandalia. Reedy. 2" 3/4" Dia. End Panel Mount (Rear Side) 3/4" Dia. Place a T-Nut in each hole and tap with a hammer to make marks where the teeth contact the wood. drill a 1/8" dia. or spade type bit will work. Corner Computer Desk End Panel Mount Holes Page 11 Drill and countersink three 9/64" holes in the End Panel Mounts as shown below. Insert a 1/4" bolt with a flat washer through the Leg Mount and tighten it to draw the T-Nuts fully into place. T-Nuts will be used in these holes so they need to be drilled with a bit that leaves a flat bottom. (This ensures the T-Nut is aligned correctly. brad point. 5/16" Dia. drill a 5/16" diameter hole completely through the center of each of the 3/4" holes you just drilled. Ohio . These will be used to attach the End Panel Mounts to the End Panels End Panel Mount (Front Side) 1" 1" 10 3/8" 1 1/2" Turn the End panel mount over and drill two 3/4" diameter by 1/8" deep flat bottom holes in back side of each End Panel Mount as shown below. These are for the threaded section of the T-Nuts. The reason for the 1/8" depth is so the T-Nut will be recessed below the surface of the wood. 2" 1 1/2" 1 1/2" 5/16" Dia. Then. A forstner. Apply some glue to each tooth and insert the T-Nuts in place.) Remove the bolt.

Drill the pocket hole 3/4" from 1 1/2" 1 1/2" the top. you should countersink these holes. Drill a pocket hole and two 9/64" G holes in Gussets "G" as with Gussets (2 Required) "I". Note that the pocket hole is on the "1 "1 right for Gussets "G". Drill two 9/64" holes in Gussets "I" for mounting to their respective stiffeners with 1 1/4" #6 screws. These are mounted to the Top with two pocket hole screws and to The Stiffeners with a single screw like Gussets "I" and "G". If you use I (2 Required) flathead screws. Gussets "H" will be mounted to the H top between Gussets "G" and "I" and (4 Required) also beside the Leg Mount. A single pocket hole is required for each gusset for securing 1" 1" it to the End Panel Stillener. Ohio . Note that the pocket hole is on the left for Gussets "I". The hole arrangement differs depending on the mounting location of each. 1" 1" Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Vandalia. Corner Computer Desk End Panel Gusset Holes Page 12 Six gussets are required for re-enforcing the End Panel Stiffeners.You'll see what I mean when you view the drawing for attaching these gussets to the Top. Reedy.

Vandalia. or spade type bit will work. drill a 5/16" diameter hole completely through the center of each of the 3/4" holes you just drilled. Next. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. The back side of the Leg Mount should look like the drawing to the right. brad point. hole about 3/8" deep for each tooth.) Remove the bolt. K 3/4" 1 1/4" Leg Mount (Rear Side) 1 3/4" 1 1/2" Turn the Leg Mount over and drill three 3/4" diameter by 1/8" deep 1 1/2" flat bottom holes in back side. drill a 1/8" dia. A forstner. Leg Mount (Rear Side) Place a T-Nut in each hole and tap with a hammer to make marks where the teeth contact the wood. Apply some glue to each tooth and insert the T-Nuts in place. These are for the threaded section of 1 3/4" the T-Nuts. T-Nuts will be used in these holes so they need to be drilled with a bit that leaves a flat bottom. Corner Computer Desk Leg Mount Holes Page 13 Leg Mount (Front Side) 1 1/4" 3/4" 3/4" 3/4" Drill and countersink three 9/64" holes in the Leg Mount as shown to the right These will be used to attach the Leg Mount to the Top. Reedy. (This ensures the T-Nut is aligned correctly. Then. Insert a 1/4" bolt with a flat washer through the Leg Mount and tighten it to draw the T-Nuts fully into place. The reason for the 1/8" depth 3/4" Dia. 5/16" Dia. Ohio . is so the T-Nut will be recessed below the surface of the wood.

Vandalia. Corner Computer Desk Leg Holes Page 14 Drill and countersink two 9/64" holes through Leg Section "N" as shown below. 1 3/4" 1 1/2" M 1 1/2" 6" 1 3/4" 1 1/8" 1 1/2" 1 1/4" Drill and countersink two 9/64" holes through Leg Section "M" as shown above. 1 3/8" 5" 5/8" N 1 3/8" O 5/8" 6 1/2" Drill four pocket holes in N as shown to the right. Ohio . 6 1/2" Drill three 5/16" holes through L as shown below. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy. Drill and countersink two 9/64" 1 1/2" 1 1/4" holes through foot "O" as 1 1/8" shown below.

Copyright 2009 by Robert E. use a roller or edge clamp to apply pressure allong the length of all the trim. attach the two pieces of End Edge trim and press them in place. attach the edge trim to the edges of the Top as shown in the drawings below. carefully attach the two pieces of Front Edge trim and press them in place. Then. First. When it is positioned correctly. Finally. Be sure it is positioned correctly the first time. End Edge trim End Edge trim Front Edge trim Next. Corner Computer Desk Attache Top Edge Trim Page 15 Apply contact cement to the mating surfaces of the Top and Edge Trim and allow it to dry as per the instruction on the container. Ohio . Vandalia. Reedy. It will be very difficult to remove the trim without damaging it after it is pressed in place. carefully position the Front Edge trim so it is flush with the top and bottom surfaces of the Top and is lined up correctly in the corners. press it against the Top with your fingers. When the contact cement is dry.

This will be the Right End panel. To p Rig ht E nd P an el Again. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. This will be the left End panel. Reedy. Ohio . choose the best looking side and attach the End Panel Edge Trim to the second End panel with contact cement as shown above. Vandalia. Corner Computer Desk Attach End Panel Edge Trim Page 16 p To l ane P End ft Le Choose the side with the best looking grain and attach the End Panel Edge Trim to the side as shown above with contact cement as you did with the top trim.

Stiffeners C. round over the indicated edges on the Top. Round over both the top and bottom edges of the Top on the indicated edges. Ohio . (These are the edges that have the 1/8" thick edge trim. The End Panels. Round over all four front edges of the Drawer front. (These are the edges that have the 1/8" thick edge trim.) Drawer Front C C Round over only the bottom edges of pieces C. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Corner Computer Desk Round Over Edges Page 17 Using a 1/8" radius roundover bit. Vandalia. Reedy. and the Drawer Front.) Rig el ht an En n dP d Pa ft E ne Le l Round over both the top and bottom edges of the End Panels on the indicated edges.

Do not over 3/4" tighten screws! 3/4" E E 3/4" 3/4" H Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Remember. Ohio . there are pocket holes on both sides of each Stiffener "A". Top View 1 3/4" NOTICE! The stiffeners go on the bottom! Determine which side of the plywood has the most attractive grain 1 3/4" and use the least attractive side for the bottom. Corner Computer Desk Attach Stiffeners "A" and Gusset "B" Page 18 Apply glue to mating surfaces and postion the Left and Right Stiffeners "A" to the underside of the Top as shown in the drawings below. Reedy. Secure with pocket hole screws. A( ht) Le ft) (Rig A Apply glue to mating surfaces and attach Gusset "B" to the inside corner of the Stiffeners with 1 1/4" #6 flathead screws as shown above. Vandalia.

Reedy. C D E C D E 3/4" 1/4" 1/4" Mount a drawer slide on each piece D as shown above and secure with the screws provided with the slide. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. and E as showns below. D. Vandalia. Corner Computer Desk Assemble Stiffeners C. Ohio . & E Page 19 Apply glue to mating surfaces and assemble stiffeners C. Make sure the straight portion of the slide is 1/4" from the bottom of piece D. Self closing drawer slides typically have a slope starting about 2 1/2" from the end. Secure with 1 1/4" #6 screws. D.

& E C C F F A( ht) Le Rig ft) A( 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 22 5/8" 22 5/8" 6 1/2" 6 1/2" D E E Copyright 2009 by Robert E. D. apply glue and position stiffener F as show in the drawings and secure with pocket hole screws. & F Page 20 Apply glue to mating surfaces and position the pre-assembled stiffeners C. Remember. Vandalia. D. & E C. Ohio . Corner Computer Desk Attach Stiffeners CDE. Next. and E to the underside of the Top as shown in the drawings below. Reedy. Secure with pocket hole screws. there are pocket holes on both sides of each stiffeners D and F. D. C.

G and I are secured to Stiffeners C and A with 1 1/4" #6 screws. and I to the underside of the Top as shown in the drawings below. H is secured to the Top with pocket hole screws. Corner Computer Desk Attach Gussets G. H. H. Vandalia. Reedy. Ohio . & I Page 21 Apply glue to mating surfaces and postion the Stiffeners G. I G C C H H A A I G G I H H H G F A( ht) Le ft) (Rig A 3 4" 1/ 1/ 4 " 3 I G 9 " 1/ 4" 4 1/ 9 3 1/ 4" 4" 1/ 3 H H 4" 1/ 3 1/ 3 4" G I E E Copyright 2009 by Robert E.

Vandalia. Ohio . and I and the underside of the Top as shown. H. Reedy. J J IC C G JJ J J H H H H F A( ft) Le Le ft) A( 3 4" 1/ 1/ 4 " 3 I G 9 " 1/ 4" 4 1/ 9 3 1/ 4" 4" 1/ 3 H H 4" 1/ 3 1/ 3 4" G I E E Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Corner Computer Desk Attach Stiffeners J Page 22 Apply glue to mating surfaces where stiffeners J contact stiffeners G. Secure the stiffeners J with pocket hole screws.

Corner Computer Desk Attach End Panel Mounts Page 23 These edges are flush. Ohio . Apply glue to mating surfaces and attach the End Panel Mounts to the End Panels with 1 1/4" #6 flathead screws. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy. Vandalia.

Reedy.A Page 24 Apply glue to mating surfaces and attach the leg sections M and N with pocket hole screws as shown below. Vandalia. Ohio . M N N Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Corner Computer Desk Leg Assembly .

Ohio . Do not apply glue to K.B Page 25 N M N M L K L K K Place the assembled pieces M & N on a flat Insert piece L fully into the corner as shown surface as shown above and place piece K in the above (pocket holes down). Remove piece K (K will be attached to the Top later. It is only pieces in place. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. L N M N M L K Apply glue to the mating edges of L and secure Next. insert the nail through each being used to establish the correct position of screw hole and tap with a hammer to mark the piece L. position of the pilot holes. L Drill four 7/64" pilot holes about 1/2" deep in the edges of section L using the points you made with the nail as shown above. Reedy. Vandalia. While holding the inside corner. Corner Computer Desk Leg Assembly . above to add extra strength. insert two pocket hole screws as shown L in place with 1 1/4" #6 flathead screws.).

Secure with 1 1/4" #6 flathead screws. Ohio . will work fine. O M N M N Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy.C Page 26 Apply glue to mating surfaces and position piece Attach the Wheel as as shown below. If screws "O" so it extends equally over the leg pieces M did not come with the wheel. Corner Computer Desk Leg Assembly . 3/4" #6 panheads & N. Vandalia.

. The side of the The Gussets H should be made of material the Leg Mount with T-Nuts goes against the Top. Do not appy glue as these will be glue from around the edges of The Leg Mount K. Then. Secure Gusset K to the corner to server as spacers as shown to the right. Be sure the Gussets H provide enough room for the Leg Assembly to sit flat against Leg Mount K. H K H ft) A( (Le Rig A ht) F J J Copyright 2009 by Robert E. This will ensure the ends of the Leg fits behind the H H Remove the two Gussets H and wipe any excess Leg Mount. K ) E( R eft igh E(L t) F J J Apply glue to mating surfaces and secure Gussets H to the Stiffeners A and the Top with pocket hole screws as shown below. Reedy. removed after the Leg Mount is attached. K Top with 1 1/4" #6 flathead screws. position Leg Mount K against the Position the two remaining Gussets H in the Gussets H as shown to the left. same thickness as the Leg pieces M & N. Vandalia. Corner Computer Desk Attach Leg Mount Page 27 Apply glue to mating surfaces of Leg Mount K and the Top. Ohio .

Cut a slot for the Drawer Bottom in each Drawer Side and the Drawer Back. These hole will ensure the 1" brads will be in the correct position when assembling the drawer. Cut a slot for the Drawer Bottom in the Drawer Front as shown above. "15/16 15/16" 20 5/8" 3/8" "3/8 Top View Drawer Front Step 2. 3/16" "3/16 1/2" "1/2 7/8" Drawer Side (2 Required) "7/8 Step 4. The width of the slot should be the same as with the slot in the Drawer Front. Drill two 1/16" holes through each end of both Drawer Sides.Slots Page 28 Drawer Front 1/2" Step 1. Vandalia. Corner Computer Desk Drawer Parts . 2 5/8" Drawer Side (2 Required) 1/4" Drawer Back (1 Required) 1/4" Step 3. The slot is 1/2" from the bottom of the Drawer Front and 3/16" deep. Reedy. These slots are only 1/4" from the bottom and 3/16" deep. The width of the slot should be just wide enough for the Drawer Bottom to slide in it easily. This should leave a section in the center that is 20 5/8" long (the same as the length of the Drawer Back. Cut a 15/16" wide by 3/8" deep rabbet on each end of the Drawer front as shown above. Ohio . Copyright 2009 by Robert E.

Reedy. Corner Computer Desk Assemble the Drawer Step 1 Page 29 Step 1. and Back will be flush at the top. Apply glue to the mating surfaces and attach the First Drawer Side to the Drawer Front and Back as shown below.) Secure with 1 1/4" finishing nails using the 1/16" holes already drilled. Copyright 2009 by Robert E.) First Drawer Side Drawer Front Front Drawer Back Support Block Second Drawer Side Use a 3/4" thick piece of wood as a support block so the Front is not touching the workbench. Sides. Ohio . (You made need help holding the assembly in place. Vandalia. Make sure the slots for the Bottom are alligned correctly (The Front.

Do not glue the bottom in plaace. it should be free to expand and contract. Corner Computer Desk Assemble the Drawer Step 2 Page 30 Step 2. Apply glue to the mating surfaces and secure with 1 1/4" finishing nails. Second Drawer Side Drawer Bottom Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Vandalia. Reedy. Ohio . Turn the assembly over and insert the bottom into the slots.

drawer. The drawer slides will protrude past the end of the drawer. Vandalia. attach a drawer slide to each side of the drawer as shown above. Using the screws provided with the drawer slides. This is necessary so the drawer can be removed and installed. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Clamp in place until glue dries. Position the drawer slide flush against the Drawer slide extends past the end of the Drawer front as shown. Repeat for the other side. This completes the drawer. Reedy. Ohio . Corner Computer Desk Complete the Drawer Page 31 Apply glue to the mating surfaces and position the Drawer Front Trim flush against the Drawer Front and the Drawer Side as shown above.

by 20 threads per inch). Vandalia. lock washers and flat washers as shown below. Corner Computer Desk Assemble the Desk Page 32 Attach the End Panels to the Stiffeners J with 1 1/2" long bolts (1/4" dia. lock washers and flat washers as shown above. IC C G JJ J J H H H H F A( ft) Le Le ft) A( N M L H K H ft) Attach the Leg Assembly to the Leg A( Le Rig A( Mount with three 1 1/2" long bolts h t) (1/4" dia. J J Copyright 2009 by Robert E. F Again. Ohio . by 20 threads per inch). do not use glue. Reedy. Do not use glue. You may want to disassemble the desk to move it.

3/4" 3/4" A I B 2 1/2" 6 1/ 2" 3/4" H J D F 37 9 1/4" 1/ " 8" 18 22 5/ 8" 2 1/2" E 1" A G C 1" 1" 6 1/ 2 22 " 5/ " 8 " 18 D E 3/4" C G H I 9 1/4" J Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy. Vandalia. Corner Computer Desk Stiffener Layout Page 33 This drawing shows the layout and positions of the stiffeners. Ohio .The edge trim should already be attached at this point or else the dimensions will be incorrect.

Corner Computer Desk Plywood Cutout Diagram Page 34 Top N I H M I H L G H 96" K G H E D D J J E End Panel Mount End Panel Mount O A A End Panel End Panel F 48" Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Ohio . Reedy. Vandalia.

you will have a adjust the depth of the hole so tighten the pocket hole bump on the surface of no more than half the screw screws. 1. veneered plywood is usually a great choice. If you do. This is the reason the trim needs to be 1/8” thick. For this reason. With this project. First. you will have an unsightly bump on the top surface. you need to be careful not to drive the pocket hole screws too deep when attaching the stiffeners and gussets to the bottom surface of the desk top. Only sand enough to get a smooth finish. Don’t over do it. is less likely warp and split. protrudes. The stiffeners and gussets won’t be visible and a little tearout won’t matter so much with them. While it offers some excellent benefits over solid wood. The second issue is “tearout”. use a 1/8” radius rounding over router bit. the edges that will be visible need to be covered with some type of edge trim. I chose to make 1/8” thick edge trim from solid oak boards and glue it to the edges with contact cement. You can prevent tearout by placing a piece of ¼” hardboard like Masonite® or thin MDF board between the saw and the work piece. A saw blade presses fibers toward the wood when it enters the work piece (which is good) but it tears fibers loose when it leaves the work piece. Corner Computer Desk Working With Veneered Plywood Page 35 Working with Veneered Plywood When building projects that require large panels. The depth of the pocket hole Use a screwdriver If you over tighten the is determined by how far the instead of an electric screw and it crushes the drill goes into the jig. It is just as attractive as solid wood. Reedy. and it’s less expensive. When the project is completed and you’re ready to finish it. Use a drill driver so you can wood under the screw stop collar on your drill bit to be sure not to over head. 3. The illustrations below show you how to prevent this. The third issue is that the veneer is very thin and you cannot sand out defects without sanding through the veneered surface. Tearout occurs on solid wood too but it’s worse with plywood. veneered plywood presents some challenges that need to be considered. You can sand the surface with 220 grit sandpaper. 4. If you over tighten the screws. Ohio . 2. you will have an unsightly blotch that will ruin the appearance of your project. I strongly recommend that you use this technique to prevent tearout when cutting the Top and End Panels. your desk top. This can leave a terrible looking edge that cannot be corrected. To finish off the edges. Vandalia. This “sacrificial board” will hold the fibers against the wood and prevent tearout. Good Over tightened Copyright 2009 by Robert E.

Be sure the edges are straight and smooth so the router will leave a straight smooth edge. The thickness of the plates may be anywhere from 1/4" to 3/4".5° Intermediate Router Guide (1Required) 22 5/8" 2" 67. Ohio . These are used in the next step when you make the Top.5° 2" 90° End Router Guide (2Required) 45° 23 7/8" Make the router guide plates out of scrap material as shown above. Vandalia. Reedy. Corner Computer Desk Router Guide Plates Page 36 8" 2" 45° 67. Copyright 2009 by Robert E.5° Middle Router Guide (1Required) 67.

The two inside corners will be slightly rounded. this side will be the jig saw to prevent tearout. You and being careful not to scratch the surface. Reedy. turn the will use your router and straight edges to remove this work piece so the best looking side is down. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. " "47 7/8 7/8 47 Bottom Side " "47 7/8 7/8 47 "23 " 7/8 7/8 23 "8 8" Bottom Side Attach the router guide plates along the cut marks and secure to the workpiece with small brads as shown above. Ohio . Use a 5/16" flush trim bit in your router to trim the edges of the workpiece flush to the guide plates. you will need to use a jig saw for the dimensions given. Remember. With the guide plates still in place. The cut lines should be about this cut. Place extra 1/16". bottom surface of the finished Top. Corner Computer Desk Making the Top Page 37 First. The router will provide a nice smooth masking tape around the edges as shown below and edge suitable for applying the edge trim. cut the Top about 1/16" larger than the 47 7/8 Next. Because of layout your cut lines on the masking tape according to the shape of the Top. Be sure the brads are flush with the surface so the router doesn't hang up on them. use a file to clean up the corners so the edges are straight all the way to the corners. Select brads that are long enough to penetrate about 1/2" into the Top. Be sure to place a sacrifical board under the 1/16" from the edges. Vandalia. select the best looking side for the top surface and the 23 7/8 dimensions shown in the drawings.

pencils. provide smooth operation. • The third drawer is large enough to hold CD jewel cases and envelopes. it's made of oak veneered plywood with solid oak for the drawer fronts and trim. paper clips. Features an 18” by 24” top and the height is 30”. and other small items. Reedy All rights reserved Release Date: 01/23/2009 . hole punch and other mid sized items. Self closing drawer slides are easy to install.com Four Drawer Cabinet A computer desk is not complete without a matching drawer cabinet. Like the Corner Computer Desk.www. Router Copyright © 2009 by Robert E. and facilitates easy drawer removal. • The second drawer is large enough for a stapler.BobsPlans. • Shallow top drawer for pens. Check out these features: • The 18” by 24” top is perfect for your printer or scanner. Drill. Pocket Hole Jig. This cabinet is designed to compliment our Corner Computer Desk plans. Tools You Will Need: Table Saw. • The bottom drawer is for regular size file folders.

.......................................................... 14 Drawer Slots .................................................. 13 Assemble Cabinet ....... & Gusset Dimensions ........ 2 Trim.....................5 ................................................................ Four Drawer Cabinet Plans Table of Contents Materials List ................. 21 Copyright © 2009 by Robert E.......................................................................................... 11 Assemble Cabinet .................................................................................................... 6 Attach Side Trim ............................................................................................... Ohio All Rights Reserved .................. Vandalia..................................... 8 Attach Drawer Slides to Left Panel .......................................................... 9 Assemble Cabinet ....................................................................... & Gusset Holes ................A ................................... 7 Attach Drawer Slides to Right Panel ......................................................... 19 Cabinet Cutouts ............................4 ......................................................... 15 Drawer Front Slots ..................................................................................................................................... Reedy................................................................................... 18 Attach Drawer Slides ........................................................ 4 Drawer Parts .......................... Drawer Dividers............................................................................................................................................................. 1 Top & Side Panel Dimensions ............ Drawer Dividers................................................................................................................................................................................2 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................1....... 20 Drawer Cutouts ..................................... 3 Trim............................B ................. 10 Assemble Cabinet ..................................................................................................................................... 16 Drawer Front Slots ...................................................................... 17 Assemble the Drawers .................... 5 Drawer Fronts ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 ......................................................................................... 12 Assemble Cabinet .................................

.. One quarter sheet of ½” Oak Veneer Plywood or other material ............................. Four sets of 18” drawer slides (may be closer to 17 ¾”) ............ (you’ll need about 65) Item List Item Name Size Material Qty 7 Top 18 ¼” by 23 /8” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1 1 Side Panels 29 ¼” by 22 /8” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2 1 1 Top Side Trim 24” by ¾” by /8” /8” Thick Solid Oak 2 1 1 Top Front Trim 18 ½” by ¾” by /8” /8” Thick Solid Oak 1 1 1 Side Panel Trim 29 ¼” by ¾” by /8” /8” Thick Solid Oak 2 Front Top Gusset 15” by 3” ¾” Solid Oak 1 Rear Top Gusset 15” by 3” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1 Drawer Dividers 15” by 2” ¾” Solid Oak 3 7 Bottom Trim 15” by 1 /8” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 1 Side Gussets 16 ¼”” by 1 ½” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2 Rear Gussets 15” by 5” ¾” Oak Veneer Plywood 2 File Folder Slide Support 13” by 1” ½” Thick Wood (Any Type) 2 3/8 Top Drawer Back 13” by 2 ” ½” Oak Veneer Plywood 1 nd 2 Drawer Back 13” by 3 ¼" ½” Oak Veneer Plywood 1 rd 3 Drawer Back 13” by 6” ½” Oak Veneer Plywood 1 Bottom Drawer Back 13” by 10 ¾” ½” Oak Veneer Plywood 1 3/8 3/8 ½” Oak Veneer Plywood Top Drawer Side 16 ” by 2 ” 2 nd 3/8 ½” Oak Veneer Plywood 2 Drawer Side 16 ” by 3 ¼” 2 rd 3/8 ½” Oak Veneer Plywood 3 Drawer Side 16 ” by 6” 2 3/8 Bottom Drawer Side 16 ” by 10 ¾” ½” Oak Veneer Plywood 2 3 Top Drawer Front 15 ½” by 3 /8” ¾” Solid Oak 1 nd 2 Drawer Front Filler 15 ½” by 4 ¼” ¾” Solid Oak 1 rd 3 Drawer Front 15 ½” by 7” ¾” Solid Oak 1 Bottom Drawer Front 15 ½” by 11 34” ¾” Solid Oak 1 1/8 File Folder Slide 15 ½” by ½” by ” Steel Bar 2 Copyright © 2009 by Robert E.................................................... drawer sides and back........... drawer bottom............... Box of pocket hole face frame screws 1 ¼” ... dividers............ Reedy All Rights Reserved ................... & edge trim............ for the drawer fronts... One 7 ½” by 8’ by ¾” solid oak board ............................ available in hardware stores... Less than 1/4 sheet of ¼” hardboard or thinner material ............................ Four Drawer Cabinet Materials You Will Need One half sheet (48” by 48”) of ¾” oak veneer plywood ... see cutout diagram......................................

Four Drawer Cabinet Top & Side Panel Dimensions Page 2 22 1/8" Side Panel (2 Required) Wood Grain 29 1/4" (1 Required) Wood Grain Top 23 7/8" 18 1/4" (All Trim is 1/8" thick solid oak) 29 1/4" 3/4" Side Panel Trim (2 Required) 24" 3/4" Top Side Trim (2 Required) 18 1/2" 3/4" Top Front Trim (1 Required) Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Vandalia. Reedy. Ohio .

& Gussets Page 3 15" Front & Rear Top Gusset 3" (2 Required) Note: The Front Gusset is solid oak. Vandalia. Reedy. Ohio . the Rear Gusset is 3/4" plywood 15" 2" Drawer Dividers (3 Required) 15" 1 7/8" Bottom Trim (1 Required) 15" Rear Gussets 5" (2 Required) 16 1/4" 1 1/2" Side Gussets (2 Required) Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Drawers Dividers. Four Drawer Cabinet Trim.

Corner Computer Desk Trim. 3/4" Rear Gussets 3/4" Drill two 3/16" dia. Reedy. Dividers. Ohio . 1/2" Bottom Trim 1/2" Drill two pocket holes on each end of the Rear Gussets as shown below. & Gussets Holes Page 4 Drill four pocket holes and two 3/16"diameter holes through the Top Gussets as shown below. Drill pocket holes on back side. Vandalia. 2" 2" 3/4" 1/2" "1/2 Top Gussets 3/4" Drill two pocket holes on each end of the Drawer Dividers as shown below. Note: Choose the best looking of the Bottom trim for the front. 2" 2" 3/8" Top Mounts 3/8" 1" 1" Copyright 2009 by Robert E. 1/2" Drawer Dividers 1/2" Drill two pocket holes on each end of the Bottom Trim as shown below. holes through the edge and two through the wide surface of the Top Mounts as shown below.

Four Drawer Cabinet Drawer Parts Page 5 16" Drawer sides. 13" 16 3/8" 2 3/8" 2 3/8" Top Drawer Back (1 required) Top Drawer Side (2 Required) 3 1/4" 3 1/4" 2nd Drawer Back (1 required) 2nd Drawer Side (2 Required) 3rd Drawer Back (1 required) 6" 6" 3rd Drawer Side (2 Required) Bottom Drawer Back (1 required) Bottom Drawer Side (2 Required) 10 3/4" 10 3/4" 2009 by Robert E. If you use material less than 1/4". Drawer bottoms are made of 1/4" thick material but 3/16" material will work just as well. Reedy. cut the slots just wide enough for the bottoms to fit without binding. Vandalia. and file folder slide supports are made of 1'2" thick material. Ohio . backs. Drawer bottom (4 Required) 13 1/2" 13" File Folder Slide Support (2 Required) 1" All drawer backs are 13" wide and all drawer sides are 16 3/8" long.

Ohio 2009 by Robert Copyright . Reedy. Vandalia. 15 1/2" 3 3/8" Top Drawer Front (1 Required) 4 1/4" 2nd Drawer Front (1 Required) 3rd Drawer Front 7" (1 Required) Bottom Drawer Front 11 3/4" (1 Required) E. All drawer fronts are 15 1/2" wide. Four Drawer Cabinet Drawer Fronts Page 6 Drawer fronts are made of solid oak.

Only the outside edge should be rounded over. Ohio . Choose the most attractive side and round over the edge with a 1/8" radius rounding over bit. Corner Computer Desk Attach SideTrim Page 07 Attach the End Panel Edge Trim to each End Panel with contact cement as shown above. Vandalia. Reedy. Copyright 2009 by Robert E.

Be sure the middle section of each slide is parallel to the top and bottom of the panels. If no screws were provided. Ohio . Reedy. Four Drawer Cabinet Attach Drawer Slides to Right Panel Page 8 Rig 35 /8 ht Sid 41 /2 " eP ane l /4 " 71 " 12 Oak Trim Attach the drawer slides to the right panel with screws that were provided with the slides as shown above. Vandalia. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. use 1/2" long #6 flathead screws.

Ohio . Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy. Vandalia. Four Drawer Cabinet Attach Drawer Slides to Left Panel Page 9 35 /8 "4 anel 1/2 P S ide ft "7 1/4 Le "12 Oak Trim Attach the drawer slides to the left panel.

1 Page 10 Apply glue to mating surfaces and attach the Top Gussets and a Top Mount to the top Right Side as shown below. The Rear Gusset and Front Trim should be flush with the bottom of the side panel. Use pocket hole screws for the gussets and 2" screws for the Top Mount. Ohio . Top Gusset To Rear Gusset pM nel oun t P a id e h tS Rig Bottom Trim Apply glue to mating surfaces and attach a Rear Gusset and the Front Trim to the Right Side with pocket hole screws as shown to above. Four Drawer Cabinet Assemble Cabinet . Reedy. Vandalia. Top Gusset All three pieces should be flush with the top of the side panel. Copyright 2009 by Robert E.

Make sure all joints are flush at the corners and edges before attaching with screws as with the previous step. Ohio .2 Page 11 Apply glue to mating surfaces and place the assembled Right Side with the parts that are already attached to it on the Left Side as shown below. Vandalia. Rear Gusset anel P S ide h t Rig Bottom Trim To pM Top Gusset oun t anel e P S id f t Le Top Gusset Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Four Drawer Cabinet Assemble Cabinet . Reedy.

Copyright 2009 by Robert E. apply glue to mating surfaces and position the Drawer Dividers as shown in the drawing.) Starting with the top Drawer Divider. you won't have room to drive the screws in the previous one. Position the Drawer Dividers against the bottom of the drawer slides and flush with the front edge of the cabinet. Reedy. (This is because when the second divider is in place.3 Page 12 Rear Gusset anel P S ide h t Rig Bottom Trim To pM Top Gusset oun t anel e P id Drawer Dividers f t S Le Drawer Dividers Drawer Dividers Top Gusset To pM oun t Third Second First Pocket holes go toward the bottom of the cabinet and the oak trim is on the front. Ohio . Four Drawer Cabinet Assemble Cabinet . Vandalia. Each Drawer Divider must be secured with pocket hole screws on both ends before starting the next one.

Ohio . Secure with pocket hole screws. Vandalia. The reason for the one inch distance from the Top Gusset is so you have room to drive the screws. Four Drawer Cabinet Assemble Cabinet . Reedy.4 Page 13 Top Gusset Drawer Dividers anel P Drawer Dividers id e h tS Rig Drawer Dividers Top Gusset Rear Gusset To pM oun t Bottom Trim Rear Gusset Apply glue to the mating surfaces and position the remaining Rear Gusset about one inch from the Top Gusset and flush with the back. Copyright 2009 by Robert E.

4 Page 14 t se G us ar Re Left Side Panel m T ri m tto Bo Right Side Panel rs id e r Div a we Dr et Guss ou nt rs To p M id e Div p To r a we Dr 3/4" ers ivid rD a we 1" Dr et Guss p To 1" Round over all four edges of the top (both top and bottom sides) with a 1/8" round over bit before attaching it to the cabinet. Place the best looking surface of the Top down and position the cabinet on the least attractive surface as shown above. If you are sure you will never want to remove the top you can use glue. Secure with 1 1/4" #6 screws using the 3/16" holes in the Top Gussets and Top Mounts. There should be a one inch overhang on both sides and one inch on the front (3/4" on the back). Vandalia. Four Drawer Cabinet Assemble Cabinet . Reedy. But it will be strong enough without glue. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Ohio .

The width of the slot should be the thickness of the material you use for the drawer bottoms. The holes at the top should be 3/4" from the top. Vandalia. For the two larger drawers. 3/8" TopDrawer Top back DrawerBack Top Drawer Side 2nd Drawer Back 2nd Drawer Side Envelope Drawer back 3rd Drawer Back 3rd Drawer Side Bottom Drawer Back Bottom Drawer Side Bottom Drawer Side Drill 1/16" dia. placea holes aproximately centered from top to bottom. holes in each side as indicated by the red arrows above. Ohio . Four Drawer Cabinet Drawer Slots Page 15 Cut a slot 1/4" deep and 3/8" from the bottom of each side and back as shown in the drawing to the right. Copyright 2008 by Robert E. Just wide enough so the bottom slides in it. All holes are 1/4" from the end of the sides. Reedy. The bottom holes are 7/8" from the bottom.

We use the 3rd drawer front as an example in these drawings. Cut a 3/8" by 1/2" rabbet along the bottom as shown above. Vandalia. you should make the cuts on all four drawer fronts while you have the fence set in the correct position for each cut. But since the same procedure applies to all the drawers. Step 2. Side View 3rd Drawer Front 7" 7/8" Step 1. The first step is to cut the slot for the drawer bottom. The width of the slot should be just slightly wider than the thickness of the drawer bottoms. 3/8" 1/2" 3rd Drawer Front 1/2" 3/8" Step 3. This allows for movement in case for expansion or contraction. Four Drawer Cabinet Drawer Front Slots . Reedy. The above drawing provides the location of the slots measured from the bottom of each Drawer Front.A Page 16 You can use either the table saw or router to make these cuts. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Cut a 3/8" by 1/2" rabbet along the top edge as shown below. Ohio .

Vandalia. You'll need to determine the location of the holes based on whether you use knobs with a single screw or handles with two screws. Reedy. Step 5. Since there are different sizes and types of drawer pulls and knobs. Cut a 1 1/4" wide by 3/8" deep rabbet along each end as shown above. I cannot provide specific locations for the holes. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Round over all four edges on the front side with a 1/8" round over bit. you'll need to position the holes so the handle is centered from side to side and top to bottom. Either way. Step 6. Ohio .B Page 17 3/8" 3/8" Top View 1 1/4" "1 1/4 3rd Drawer FrontFront 3rd Drawer Step 4. The last step is to drill the holes for the drawer pulls or knobs. Four Drawer Cabinet Drawer Front Slots .

When the Bottom Drawer is completed. The File Slide Supports should be 5/8" from the top of the drawer back and 5/8" from the top of the inner surface of the frawer front. Reedy. Ohio . Vandalia. insert the File Folder Slides in the slots and you're ready to hang your file folders. The depth of the slots should be the same as 5/16 the width of the File Folder Slide. Four Drawer Cabinet File Drawer Slide Supports Page 18 Cut a 1/8" wide slot 5/16" from each end of the File Drawer Slide Supports as shown below. File Folder Slide File Folder Slide Support File Folder Slide Support 3rd Drawer Front Bottom Drawer Front Bottom Drawer Back Mount one of the File Folder Slide Supports to the Bottom Drawer Front and the other to the Bottom Drawer Back with 1 1/4" #6 screws as shown above. These holes are 1" from each end and centered from top to bottom. 5/16 File Folder Slide Support Drill two 3/16"dia. holes through each of the File Folder Slide Supports as shown above. Copyright 2009 by Robert E. I reccomend you do not use glue as you may want to remove the supports if your needs change in the future.

Vandalia. Apply glue to the mating surfaces and support the drawer front. Apply glue to the mating surfaces and secure the second side with 1 1/4" finishing nails. Be sure the slots for the bottom are alligned with each other in all three pieces. and the back as shown to the right. 2009 by Robert E. Do not glue the bottom in plaace. Four Drawer Cabinet Assemble the Drawers Page 19 Step 1. Step 2. it should be free to expand and contract. Ohio . Turn the assembly over and insert the bottom into the slots. Secure with 1 1/4" finishing nails. Reedy. one side.

Reedy. This completes the drawer assembly. Ohio . 2009 by Robert E. The end with the roller protrudes past the other end of the drawer. Vandalia. The end of the slide without the roller is flush with the inside surface of the drawer front. Repeat for the opposite side. Four Drawer Cabinet Attach Drawer Slides Page 20 Attach the drawers slides with the screws provided with the slides as shown above. This is makes it easier to insert and remove the drawers.

Ohio Rear Gussets (3 Required) Side Gussets (2 Required) Side Gussets (2 Required) Bottom Trim (1 required) 48" . Reedy. Vandalia. Wood Grain (2 Required) Top Side Panel (1 Required) Copyright 48" Rear Top Gusset Page 21 (1 Required) Wood Grain Cabinet Cutouts Rear Gussets (3 Required) Four Drawer Cabinet 3/4" Oak Veneered Plywood Rear Gussets (2 Required) (3 Required) Side Panel 2009 by Robert E.

1 Required) 3rd Drawer Front (1 Required) 48" Copyright 2009 by Robert E. Reedy. Four Drawer Cabinet Drawer Cutouts Page 22 Drawer Dividers Front Gusset (1 Required) (3 required) 1/2" Oak Veneered Plywood Top Drawer Back (1 required) Top Drawer Side (2 Required) Top Drawer Side (2 Required) 2nd Drawer Back (1 required) 2nd Drawer Side (2 Required) 2nd Drawer Side (2 Required) 3rd Drawer Back (1 required) 3rd Drawer Side (2 Required) 3rd Drawer Side (2 Required) Top Drawer Front Drawer Dividers 24" (3 required) (1 Required) Bottom Drawer Back (1 required) Bottom Drawer Side (2 Required) Bottom Drawer Side (2 Required) Side Panel Trim 48" 2nd Drawer Front Solid Oak .1 by 8 by 8 (1 Required) 3/16" or 1/4" Thick Material Drawer bottom (4 Required) Drawer bottom (4 Required) Bottom Drawer Front (Lower Section .1 Required) Drawer Dividers (3 required) Drawer bottom (4 Required) Drawer bottom (4 Required) 48" Bottom Drawer Front (Upper Section . Ohio . Vandalia.

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