Next, we created our slim pockets we used as filing bins on the side two backboards. Making angled cuts is made easier with the Dremel Miter Guide. To create these, measure and mark your cuts along your 1/2" thick MDF material. You can mark the cuts yourself or trace the template provided in the cut list.
First, use your Dremel Saw-Max with the same SM500 wheel used in the last step to make one straight cut at 7" wide by 48" long. Once you have cut that strip, mark off your angled cuts. To do this, measure 3 1/3" from the top edge in, and 1 1/2" in from the bottom and connect the marks with a pencil line. The angle should be approx 17.5 degrees which your miter guide can help you follow in the next step.
Flip the pattern and repeat these marks to make a total of 8 side pieces for a total of 4 holders. You may find it easiest to use our template to trace along the 7" wide strip.