Modern Media Cabinet Part 3 Tenons And Edge Banding
Modern media cabinet part 3 tenons and edge banding is article about Cabinetry bookmarked by jesus with ID 11286415955 was uploaded on 11-04-2019 and has been viewed 29,898 times.
In the previous installment of this project, we performed the milling operations on the legs, including mortises and tapers.Now we will turn our attention to the stretchers that join with the rails, milling tenons and arches where appropriate, as well as applying iron-on veneer banding to exposed plywood edges.
PREPARE THE STOCK Cut all rails to the dimensions in the cut list.Note that the lower back and side panels are cut from plywood which increases the stability of the piece due to the width of these panels.
The upper rails and all front rails are solid wood.SET UP A DADO BLADE ON YOUR TABLE SAW There are many ways to mill tenons, and this is one of the simplest.Install a dado blade set to 5/8″ width, along with a sacrificial fence clamped to your table saw fence so that you don't cut into your fence.
Move the fence right next to the dado blade.Set the height of your dado blade so that it will remove the appropriate amount of stock so that the tenon will fit snugly in the tenon.This is typically a trial and error process, so have several pieces of scrap available at the same thickness...