You definitely will want a straight and square guide for a saw/whatever you plan on cutting with. Heck, I used to make boxes with nothing more than a router with a straight bit to cut the panels....wasnt the best but I got by. Also, checkout local countertop/cabinet making places (mom n pop type places) and see if theyd let you bring in some pieces rough cut (have them cut panels like 1" oversized at lowes etc) and have one of their guys cut them all to size real quick for you...I used to work at a countertop+cabinet place in town until I was layed off and we werent exactly swamped with business and my owner would be happy with any income he could get, especially something that would take less than 15 minutes such as cutting panels for an enclosure. This way youd at least have decent cuts that are atleast really close.
As for equipment. A drill with appropriate drill bit(s), drivers, and counterbore for the screw heads would be a start along with about (4-6) 24" clamps to hold panels down while you predrill and screw them together. A nice square and tape measure are good things to have too...before you drill and screw the panel down, be sure that it's square or atleast you can make it square with the next panel that goes in.
Originally Posted by Pieper
I never measure and cut 5 times
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