How To Build Seven Drawer Mission Chest

What you will need:
• Planer thicknesser
• Domino Jointer
• Sander
• Bandsaw
• Tablesaw
• Router table
• Biscuiter
• Block
• Mallet
• Fine-tooth saw
• Plane
• Chisel
• Sash
• Deep-throat clamps
• F- and G-cramps
• 8 x 50mm Domino components
•'0′ and '20' biscuits
• PVA glue
• Cloth
• Protective pads
• Router cutters, including 19mm diameter dovetail
• 1/2in collet router + 30mm guide bush
• 6.4mm groover + arbor and 9.5mm straight bit
• Sub-table surface + high fence facing
• Screws Power woo

This is a substantial and imposing chest of drawers. Unlike a typical Georgian or Victorian chest, which would have drawers graduated
in size, with the smallest at the top and the largest at the bottom, this chest has equal-height drawers apart from the top row. The timber is
American White Oak (Quercus alba). It is finished with a sealer coat and waxed to keep the look as natural as possible.

Preparation
This project uses a very large amount of timber and there is wastage because
even American oak suffers from splits, shakes and knots. Keep your best boards
for matching colour and grain for the drawer fronts, and fi nd good matching
boards for the top. The back panel, end panels and drawer bottoms are all oakveneered
ply – not authentic but it looks fi ne and saves on cost and preparation
time. Study the plans carefully and make up what is a substantial cutting list.

To see the complete plans head over to Archive.org to get the complete PDF build file.