JAIC 1983, Volume 22, Number 2, Article 5 (pp. 92 to 97)
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JAIC 1983, Volume 22, Number 2, Article 5 (pp. 92 to 97)

TRAYS FOR LINING AND PARTITIONING WOODEN STORAGE DRAWERS

Randall Couch, & Mihaly Turbucz



1 Instructions for tray without partition

1) Cut board as shown in Figure 1A (Dimensions are given for a tray to fill entire drawer). Dark areas are cutouts, to be discarded.

Fig. 1. Cutting, creasing, and assembly diagram for a full-drawer tray.

2) Crease board as indicated in Figure 1B If heavy board is used, three creases may be required on each ridge to achieve a neat result:

Fig. .
If heavy board is used, score outside of folds at edges of tray bottom with a knife, as shown:
Fig. .

3) Assemble tray by folding under tabs, as shown in Figure 1C.


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