|The next part of the build was the lower panel. This will ultimately support the drawers so needed cutting to length and transferring the pins onto it. Also a dado was cut for the vertical divider and a groove at the back for a back panel.|
|Tenons cut on the ends of the drawer console upper panel. This shows the grooves and dado cut on the underside of the panel.|
|Tongue and groove western red cedar was used for the rear panel. I cut some tenons on the tablesaw to enable the boards to slot into the grooves.|
|I ended up with a bunch of parts to glue up.|
|Apologies for this very blurred photo showing the glueup|
Titebond 3 was used for the glueup because of its reasonable open time and also it was all I had on hand.