Next we need to miter the ends of the drawer blades (aka. dividers), the ends of the cock beading is mitered to receive the front case side mouldings, the front case side mouldings complete the cock beading up the sides of the drawer openings...


The best and really the only way to perform this job is with a block profiled to 45 degress clamped to the drawer blade and a nice super sharp paring chisel to pare the material, in this case my trusty Blue Spruce paring chisels are used..

 

 

Now the block is clamped to front of case side moulding and them we pare the miters after the center of the area is dadoed by sawing with a razor saw and removing the excess material..

 

One Completed miter job, 5 more to go..

Finally with the front side moulding glued into place..

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