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#1 posted 09-02-2015 07:02 PM

For my $.02, when I look at that, I immediately think plain old 2X4s. Rip some in half and laminate for the top and cap the ends to hide the end grain (angle iron will hide the end grain of the caps). Same for the top and bottom of the drawer box but just edge glue ‘em. cut a 2X6 to length for the drawer dividers and the side walls. Just the way I’d lean, especially if I were going to distress/paint it. You could do it all with TS, CMS and a few clamps for glue ups. Hand plane would be helpful getting the top nice and flat though you could probably get it “good enough” with a careful glue-up.

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