I forgot to take a photo, so I'll attempt to explain the problem I am having building boxes.
I'm using the method where I built the entire box, including lid and base, and then use the table saw to cut through and separate the lid from the body. Then problem I keep encountering isn't with the building, so I'm not worried here about how that is built, but this separation of the parts.
Every time I do that, rather than getting the nice even cut,it never quite joins up evenly. I get about a 1 mm (1/16") step at the end. As a result I need to recut both the top and bottom where they meet, negating the neat idea of that single cut making a "perfect" join between the two halves.
I set up the table saw as follows: Blade up just enough (an a tiny bit more) to cut through the walls of the box. Fence at correct distance from blade for either the main part of the box or the lid, it doesn't seem to make a difference to this which way I do it. Using feather board, from the side. I also seem to get the same result if I just cut or use spacers to fill in the previously cut walls (hope that makes sense.
I just can't work out what I'm doing wrong but it keeps happening.