I'd think that cutting out the drawer fronts with a bandsaw is extremely
brave, but for me, it's an invitation for error (I know my limits!!). It
would really suck to make it to the last drawer and then make a mistake that
can't be covered up.
Instead, why not take the plank you want to use and make it wider than you
need (by two saw kerf widths). Rip the top and bottom rails off using a
think kerf "glue-line" blade, and cross cut the center strip into your
drawer fronts and stiles. Make a bunch of spaces of thickness equal to your
saw kerf and glue the piece back together leaving out the drawer fronts.
I realize this will leave a kerf larger than you were originally looking for
and it may not meet your requirements, but hopefully it gives you an idea or
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