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



2 Instructions for tray with partition

4) Repeat steps 1–3. Refer to Figure 2 for dimensions and pattern. If heavy board is used, it may be necessary to insert an extra board inside the partition to fill space created by the creased ridge:

Fig. .
The partition should be glued in position with an adhesive such as PVA (whether or not the extra board is needed) to relieve tension which could make the tray dangerously springy.

Fig. 2. Cutting, creasing, and assembly diagram for a partitioned tray.


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