Building some slide out panels inside kitchen cabinets, with only a drill at my disposal.
Bottom: I've selected drawer runners that mount to the bottom of the drawer, I'm thinking I use a slab of 15mm (19/32") plywood as the bottom.
Fence: Probably also use 15mm to build a 75mm (3") high fence around the perimeter to prevent stuff from sliding off.
Handle: Undecided on putting on a simple handle, but if I did I'd probably attach it to the bottom slab rather than the fence. Probably won't though.
So here is my question: What options do I have in terms of joinery, given I have only a drill at my disposal. I don't have a pocket hole jig, I can't make dados easily, or create dovetails etc. I am thinking using a doweled butt joint is the only real option I have ... combined with glue throughout. This both to connect the fence pieces to one another, as well as to the base plate.
Would welcome any comments.
Adding information re. norcal johnny's comment
Trying to achieve something like this. This is most certainly a functional design, not so much a need to make it look pretty.
These are not the exact drawer runners I'm using, but indicate how the bottom slab would be mounted.
I can't show a photo of the current situation, as I'm not at the location where I'll be building this. Just preparing myself prior to the journey there. But, it's a situation very typical to the below. Drawer runners will already purchased.