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Now set one of the 28" wide pieces on a set of saw horses, and we will proceed to put the 20" sides on. I use a biscuit joiner for this, it is much easier to keep things aligned and straight as you go along. Especially if your plywood wants to bow at all. It can be done without the bisquits, but if you can get yor hands on one, do it. It makes life much easier. Ok, time to mount one side. I use the biscuit joiner and glue, lots of glue. I also use a stapler, but the first one I built I just used finishing nails, so all these fancy tools aren't necessary. Don't let not having them scare you, this is easy. Some good wood clamps work wonders too. [img]http://rp.smugmug.com/photos/94130399-M.jpg[/img] Now do the other side the same way, and you will have the back and two sides complete.
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