The breadboard ends are held in place with a tongue and groove joint, and we’ll teach you how to cut the joint using a router table. Once the joint is produced you’ll learn the best possible way to glue the breadboard in place, while at the same time avoiding cracks in the field.
There are a few tricks in capturing the box with mitered molding. From marking out pieces to setting up the miter saw, we’ll give you the inside track so your miters are perfect.
The tool chest hardware really makes the project. A shop-made lay out template makes handle location easy, and self-centering drill bits are a huge help for installing the handles and the hinges.