2X4 Furniture: Simple, Inexpensive and Great-Looking by Stevie Henderson

By Stevie Henderson

A suite of domestic and backyard furnishings tasks, which name just for using low-cost, normal 2" X 4" lumber, universal instruments and easy thoughts. The designs variety from conventional to modern.

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You can then be sure that it will fit the box you are actually making rather than the one in the plan, from which it may differ. in The distance between the two pieces of glass depends on what you want to use the space for. Here, planings from various pieces of laminated dyed veneers have been used. Section Picture glass IV, in Plan view HEXAGONAL BOX • 57 MAKING THE FRAMEWORK CUTTING LIST SIDES (cocobolo 6 pieces) "2 x y,K x '3in HINGES (ebony 1 piece) *i'/*x yls x *y4in H I N G E S (ebony 1 piece) • I ' / z X 5/ls x *l'/,in CATCH (ebony 1 piece) '-% x ylh x *y,m CATCH (ebony 1 piece) *'V /< •*•V 'V/is •*•V *1i V/

Mark and cut out the shape for the interior space from the remaining block. Scrape and sand all the new surfaces. Keep the waste portion for the lid decoration, which is shown by the crosshatched area on the plan. Now glue the sides in place on the central block. For accuracy this is best done one side at a time, making sure that the bottom and back edges are flush with the central block. Round over the lower back edge of the lid, either by hand or by using a V^in cornerround bit in the router.

When you are satisfied, reassemble with glue and clamp with bar clamps or similar. When the five pieces of the main framework are dry, plane the top and bottom edges flush, again using a small block plane, which must be razor-sharp and finely set.

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