I'm building some storage boxes out of 23/32 pine plywood. Dimensions are 22x14.5x7.5. It will hold approx 50 lb.
My question is what Is the best way to affix the full bottom piece. It covers the entire bottom. I build 10 at a time and want something that is strong and effective. But does not take a long time.
Pocket Hole screws and Titebond 2 ( I tried this, it's strong, don't like the look and time)
Titebond 2 only (would like to avoid clamping)
Titebond 2 and brad nails ( with Brads could I avoid clamping?, I'd prefer this if the glue is strong enough and Brads can hold the clamp)
Other screws from the bottom into the sides and Titebond 2
And you suggestions as well.
In the photos you have
1. Finished product
2. Pic of the edge that I would screw/nail into
3. Board piece I need to affix.
4. General picture of what the bottom of the box looks like.
I appreciate the guidance.
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