Newbie here. I'm just about to assemble a small bookcase I made out of 3/4
birch ply. Dimensions are roughly 32"x25"x11" and the design is very
simple. Rabbets to connect the sides to the tops and rabbets in the rear of
all pieces to accept a plywood backing. This will be a glue only affair,
and the assembly has me a little scared. Should I shoot for gluing the
carcass up first and then dropping the back in later or should I do the
whole thing at once?
Thanks for any tips...
Let gravity help you with the assembly. But one side down flat on work surface
and then work from rt to left or visa versa. Get all the sleves in and add the
other side at the top. Then add back to help you square it all up.
You said glue only. Brads or finishing nails will help immensely.
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