By Russell Morash, Norm Abram

Norm Abram - популярный телеведущий телешоу «The New Yankee Workshop», которое собирает миллионы зрителей со всего мира, издает долгожданный журнал с чертежами и подробными инструкциями по созданию нескольких десятков проектов из дерева!
As host of public televisions New Yankee Workshop and grasp wood worker for the ever-popular This previous apartment sequence, Norm Abram stocks his mythical woodworking abilities and ingenuity with thousands of audience. Now he invitations you again into his workshop to construct ten vintage, good-looking outside initiatives that would final via years of light, rain, and snow. With assistance from Norms specialist tips, in addition to designated directions and illustrations at each step of how, you are going to the right way to choose the perfect instruments and fabrics (especially vital for outside toughness) construct a sandbox, gardeners workbench, wheelbarrow, picnic desk, backyard swing, planters, childs wagon, lidded bench, colonial fences, and redwood arbor and gather and weatherproof every piece. shooting the knowledge and event of a celebrated craftsman, this most modern quantity within the New Yankee Workshop sequence is a useful and encouraging source for each domestic woodworker.

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Run a test cut, then run the 22 pieces. Remove the waste material between the two shoulder cuts on each piece by making multiple passes, using the miter gauge. 4. Assemble the half-laps. Apply glue to the dadoes of each pair of D pieces and compress and fit the pieces together to create a cross. Make sure the flats of the sharply mitered ends are aligned. Clamp each of the 11 pairs and let the glue dry. 5. Cut the solid-wood pieces. Use the miter saw and a stop block to cut 12 B pieces at 46" from six of the 1 x 2s.

Casters with mounting plate and screws • All edges of I • Both edges on bottom and exposed side of B Note: “Gold” screws, which have a brassy color, look better on this project than standard black drywall screws. If desired, you can use finishing washers and oval-head wood screws for all exposed fasteners. • Long top edge of G • One long edge and one short edge of H, outside face only • Exposed edge of E (not in notch area) • Bottom and two side edges of F, outside face only Tools ††Circular saw with straightedge guide ††Jigsaw ††Compass ††Drill with: ††¾" spade bit (optional; see note in step 1) ††Combination pilot-countersink bit As an option, you can mill a deeper roundover on one side edge of F and H, using a ⅜" or ½" roundover bit, or use a ¾" bit for a full roundover (bullnose edge).

The goal of this step is to lay out the three plywood layers of the desktop: the top surface; the middle structural layer; and the bottom layer, which consists primarily of 2½"-wide buildup strips. The important part of the layout is deciding where the joints will go, considering aesthetics and the structural assembly, and making the best use of the plywood stock. It’s a good idea to map out everything on paper before laying out the material and making any cuts. Draw a dimensioned overhead view of the entire desk, similar to the plan drawing.

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