I think the plan is, however as a hobbiest, I encountered many points where i messed up. Fortunately the wood was free. However if i had heard / read / seen some of the lessons to be learned I think I would have done a much faster, better and less stressful job. Still no substitute for on the job learning is there ;-)
Resurrecting an old topic because I am thinking of making something similar to this, although different proportions. Anyway, the reason for the post is to ask for ideas about fixing the stays to the ends of the trays. Ideally I would like to hide the swivels within the joint so that they are not seen in the final piece. Any suggestions for fasteners to use, or even better any suggestions how to make them out of wood?
Stays could be recessed into pockets in the sides of the body and trays, then you could potentially hide the pivot pins of just fit them from the inside to minimise the visual impact whilst retaining ease of construction.