Weekend Project This Holder Will Keep Your Mandolin Accessible While Making Sure It Doesn T Get Damaged
Weekend project this holder will keep your mandolin accessible while making sure it doesn t get damaged is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by alfredo with ID 13320174061 was uploaded on 07-02-2019 and has been viewed 46,779 times.
Build a Mandolin Holder Photos by Rob Brown This was built for a mandolin, but by adjusting the sizes slightly you could easily hold a guitar on it.This project is great as an introduction to veneer work.
The flat veneered panel is small, so pressing the veneer will be fairly easy, and finding a small piece of veneer isn't hard.There is nothing wrong with figured veneer, but be forewarned that burls often have small holes in them that need additional care, and they are fragile.
Curly, bird's eye and many other figures are much easier to work with.Cut the core to rough size - 1/2" wider and longer than the finished size required.Trim the face and back veneer to the same size as the core with a sharp knife and ruler.
When making veneered panels, you should keep them balanced by applying veneer to both the front and the back face.The back veneer doesn't have to be figured like the face veneer, but it should be about the same thickness and density.
Cut two cauls from a piece of 3/4" Baltic birch plywood, particle board or MDF that are 1/2" larger in both directions than the core.These cauls...