Furniture Project The Combination Of Heart And Sap Wood Give This Sideboard A One Of A Kind Flair
Furniture project the combination of heart and sap wood give this sideboard a one of a kind flair is post about Magazine bookmarked by pedro with ID 1585457029 was uploaded on 02-01-2019 and has been viewed 232,959 times.
Contemporary Sideboard Photos by Rob Brown; Illustration by James Provost This is a challenging project that covers many different techniques, so don't get caught up in the entire project at once.In order to simplify things.
approach the construction in four stages: the carcase, the doors, the interior and the top.The CarcaseOnce the parts are all laid out, start breaking out the main case parts.The legs will finish at 1 ¼" thick, while most of the other case pieces will finish at ⅞" thick.
The panels should be taken down to ⅞" thick for now, even though they will finish thinner.Proceed by jointing one edge of each of the legs and rails.Cut the legs to finished length.Lay out and cut the ⅜" wide mortises in the legs to accept the four side rails.
Use a plunge router equipped with an edge guide to cut the mortises.At the same time, machine a groove to accept the gable panel.The groove and mortise are the same distance from the inside edge of the leg, but the mortise needs to be ⅞" deep, while the groove to house the panel is only ½" deep.
The tenons on the top side rails...