Originally Posted by scottayy
Got the back on today. I purposely left space at the bottom for my return tubes and hob
overflow box. Tomorrow I'll do the doors and the top. Tonight I'm going to do lots and lots of sanding to make things even.
If you're wanting to flush up the pieces on the front face for a "smooth" look, you can screw some pieces of wood vertically through the back of each piece of the horizontal front face. That should flush up the long edges of the front with each other to cut down on sanding.
That's a mouthful of nonsense but I'm hoping you understand.