Simple easy to make nothing fancy box that can store a large amount of Xbox one games
in mine a managed to fit Xbox 360 games as well
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Step 1: Step 1: Cut Wood to Correct Size
Cut four pieces of wood to this measurement
600 x 90mm x 8mm
Cut an additional two pieces to this measurement
190mm x 90mm x 8mm
Step 2: Step 2: Cut Finger Joints
on the two pieces of short sides cut and leave one finger on both ends and on two of thelong sides cut out the center of the end leaving two fingers with a gap in the middle
Step 3: Step 3: Glue Short Side to Long Side
Attach the finger joints on the short side and the long side then put glue in joints to make it a stronger joint then get two clamps and two pieces of scrap wood and place as shown in the picture once completed it should look like an out of proportion "L"
do this one at a time using one short side and one long side in this process once completed copy the procces with the other short and long sides
Step 4: Step 4: Glue L Shapes Together
Attach the to L shapes to form a rectangle repeat the last step with the two remaining corners
Step 5: Step 5: Make the Base
after you have glued the L shapes to form a rectangle set a side to dry
Now get the two Remaining pieces of 600mm x 120mm x 9mm and glue them together flat side by side
Step 6: Step 6: Glue Base to Rectangle
glue the base to the bottom of the rectangle
Note: Before Gluing make sure the Xbox One game case can fit inside the Rectangle
Step 7: Final Step: Enjoy!
Stack your Xbox One games in Your completed Box You wont need anymore Massive Draws