By Time-Life Books

I first took an interest in conventional woodworking in 1972 whereas touring within the Swiss Alps. I spent a number of days at a distant Alpine cabin and the closest neighbor was once a herder and cheese maker whose milk and cream bins have been previous and intensely appealing. the tubs and buckets have been coopered and held including completely crafted wood hoops. those boxes have been nonetheless being made via an previous guy within the region, Reudi Kohler. His workshop was once switched over horse stall at the flooring point of the nineteenth Century chalet the place he lived.

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Then glue and tack them in place. 4. -thick back between the outermost tall dividers, placing the file dividers into their glue-coated dadoes at the same time. Screw the back to the outermost case dividers with a few pocket screws, as shown in the drawing on p. 45. Then nail the back to the remaining case dividers. If the file dividers fit snugly, you won't need to clamp them in their dadoes. 5. -in. -thick backs into place. The outer edge of each back fits into the rabbet on the case side. The inner edge lays fully across the rear edge of the tall divider.

Con­ sider how a piece of furniture will be viewed in place. For the typical base cabinet, the front and top are the most prominent, fol lowed by the sides. L -1 r- Loose tenon --I 1 " r- 1'-'I ---- ---� 1 0" outward. Burton uses a commercial after­ market miter gauge with a long extension fence to make the cut. Alternatively, you could tack a temporary fence onto a crosscut sled or cut the angle with a jigsaw or portable circular saw guided by a wood fence clamped to the workpiece. 5. -diameter drill bit.

Plug / Bottom Kick board H i nge mortise I n ner sti l e � DESIGN OPTIONS Outfit the inside of the cabinet with custom dividers and pigeonholes. Design the door stiles and rails to match existing cabinetry. Incorporate a drawer into the cabinet. Outer sti le Loose tenon 2J � Use hardwood plywood for the case and door panels. To p , S i d e , a n d F ro n t Vi e w s of P r i n t e r S t a n d TOP V I EW T t 1/S"_+_ T 1 1 31f2" 1 4 1/4" 20" S I D E V I EW FRONT V I EW S I D E VI EW (with case side removed) 1" 01o 0I-- �L 4 1/2" 25/s" r- 1 1f4" 337/s" 32 1 f2" � 13W'---1 1 5/s' I .

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