Building Storage Stuff 25 Plans & Projects to Help Put by Richard Freudenberger

By Richard Freudenberger

Deals inventive methods of minimizing area and saving room. The publication demonstrates the best way to make under-the-bed containers, under-the-stairs garage booths and cabinets, drop ceilings which are particularly cupboards, benches with cupboard space, spice racks and cabinets. those 24 initiatives are followed via an entire fabrics record, complete and special directions and development diagrams.

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It has a hidden compartment in which the key is kept. T~is compartment must be found, and the proper slide moved to open it. Then the ]~eyhole must be found by sliding pieces back and forth, all of which should be quite discoura~ng to a would-be pilferer. The jewel box i~ made to represent a set of seven books standing on a rectangular base. This book design is used because the lines representing the books serve to hide the boundaries of the movable parts.. To simplify the already complicated dra~ving, some of these purely desi~o-a lines are omitted.

Step 2 shows C slid back, revealing the hiding place of the key. Study Sections y~r and ZZ. Now that the key is secured, the place to use it must be uncovered. Step 3 shows that B and C are slid back into place but A is left. This makes a way for D to be slid down and uncover the keyhole. Now the key can be inserted and the box unlocked like any other jewel box. When the lid is lifted, a large jewel chamber is revealed. See Sections ZZ and XX. The details are quite carefully worked out, but the drawings will have to be studied very carefully.

6O Cross plug puzzle. Secret lock tool box, 59 Cross, three-piece, 25 Shu~e puzzle, i, 14 Cu~-uP cross, 6 Shuffle puzzle, 2, 15 Cut-up puzzles, 5, 6. ’/, 8. 9. Six-piece burr, 27 Cut-up square, I, q Six-piece burr puzzle, diagonal, 29 Cut-up square, 2, 8 Sphere, band-sawed, 9 Cut-up "T", 8 Square I, cut-uP, ’/ Desk companion ~vith secret stamp comSquare 2, cut-up, 8 partment, 60 Square prism, band-sawed. 11 Squarlng-up-stock problems, II, 17, 25, Dice puzzle, 13 Diagonal slx-piece burr puzzle, 29 Stamp box, 60 Steamed-wood puzzle, ~9 Disc and peg pu~le.

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