Wood Magazine, Issue 224 (March 2014)

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Net MARK THE MATING HINGE APRON DRILL THE HINGE-PIN HOLE A C A C A B Clamp the dry-assembled hinge parts to the drill-press fence, set the depth stop for 31∕2", and drill a centered 1∕4" hole through the knuckles. For maximum precision, lay out the mating knuckles on the hinge apron (C) with a marking knife. Mark all four contact points. CUT TWO TENONS IN DADO DISGUISE 24½" before cutting corner bevel 24½" before cutting corner bevel A ½" round-over with a ¼" shoulder K 45° bevel 45° bevel 3" J ¼" shoulder 17/8" 17/8" 24" ½" cove 1 EXPLODED VIEW End of part B ¼" rod 3½" long C Make 3"-wide dadoes between the hinge block (A) and the apron block (B) on the A/B blank.

M Set a small square on the beveled face of the drum pivot (L). Keep your drill bit parallel to the square as you drill the 1∕4" hole 1∕2" deep. 10-32 threaded rod 15∕8" long 3 MIXER ¼" hole N ¼" ¼" dowel 1" long ¼" dowel 1" long 3a TROUGH (Top view) 5∕8" 3∕16" hole 10-32 acorn nut 3∕16" hole N 1¼" O N 27∕8" to length, finish-sand them, and glue them inside the rear fenders (H), snug against the cab (C) [Drawing 1]. Get a fix on the mixer 1 Cut a 1×21∕4×27∕8" blank for the drum pivot (L). Spray-adhere the Drum Pivot Front-view Pattern to the blank and bandsaw and sand the curve.

W L A base center 1∕2" 4" 173∕8" W B base top 1∕4" 41∕2" 177∕8" QM 1 C base bottom 1∕4" 4" 173∕8" W 1 D* center fins 1∕4" 1" 23∕8" W 4 E* end fins 1∕4" 25∕8" 25∕8" W 2 3∕4" 1" 41∕2" W 2 Part 11∕8" F *Plane or resaw to the thickness listed in the Materials List. F feet 1 *Parts initially cut oversize. See the instructions. Materials key: W–walnut, QM–quilted maple. Blade: Dado blade. the base bottom with the ends and one edge flush [Photo D]. Glue and clamp the remaining A/B blank in the same fashion.

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