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Completing my set of storage boxes for various sandpaper types, this one is to hold 5" discs for my ROS.

With a goal of sitting on a shelf in a normal cabinet, two sets of disks can be stored front to back, and with six drawers, each holding a 3/4" stack, there is more storage here than I expect to need.

I made the case from 1/2" cherry plywood, using tablesaw cut lock joints as an experiment in reducing hardwood trim. The face is solid cherry edging, as are the drawer fronts. This time I thought ahead and mounted the left/right trim pieces before cutting the slots for the 1/8" hardboard drawers.

Cheers!

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Love the face/drawers being one single piece of cherry and the cascading pulls! Scroll saw to cut the drawers?
 

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Just a thin kerf (0.100") tablesaw blade. I didn't get it perfect, but did try to pay attention to the order of cutting frame pieces and then drawer front pieces.

Thanks for noticing!

Bob C.
 

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Excellent looking piece, the descending knobs really take it up a notch. As for space you will probably need more. I made a tape holder 4 feet long that I thought would be enough. It grew to be just under 10 feet somehow. LOL.
 

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Very nice. I like those descending knobs as well.
 
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