Classic Bookcase Woodworking Plan
This project contains a number of duplicate parts that make it easy to cut and assemble. The two sides, for example, start as one wide plywood blank. After you rout the joinery, ripping the blank in half produces two mirrored sides with dadoes that align. This simple and sturdy cabinet uses only two joints: dadoes and rabbets cut with your router. In addition, we've added the quick-and-easy perfect fit dado guide project plan for ease in routing.
Overall dimensions: 38" wide x 15" deep x 73" high.
WOOD Issue 206, September 2011