I'm trying to design a cabinet with three sections of two drawers. I want the cabinet to be three carcasses and a face frame so I can build it in one location and install it in another. Here's a drawing from SketchUp to show you what I mean.
I've got the three boxes with the same external width and the face frame with three identical openings. But there's this uneven overhang on the inside of the cabinet and the two middle stiles don't align with the edges of the middle box! Based on the undermount drawer slides I plan on using, I don't think this difference is critically important, but it does look odd in the drawing.
What is the right way to build this? Is that overlap ok? Is this something I might regret as I put this together? I could make the middle box smaller (and have sketched that up already) but that complicates the cuts and measurements and I'd like this to be fairly straightforward.