50 Easy Weekend Scroll Saw Projects - download pdf or read online

By John Nelson

Пятьдесят солидных на вид, но простых в исполнении проектов, готовые к использованию шаблоны включены в это издание.Шкатулки, необычные часы, и многие репродукций антикварной мебели обеспечат увлекательное времяпровождение для начинающих столяров.

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Because the rack holds the panels at waist height, they’re easier to lift and carry to the saw than panels resting on the floor. The top section of the rack leans back a bit to prevent panels from falling. The area behind is great for storing panel offcuts, and long, narrow pieces can be placed on top. The space underneath is ideal for lumber shorts or even for temporary housing of rolling carts. The unit—made from construction lumber and plywood—is relatively inexpensive to build. To create better joints, flatter surfaces, and a cleaner look, Hylton planed, jointed, and ripped his 2x4 lumber down to 11⁄4 in.

Thick, solidwood edging dresses up the cabinet, while providing good screw purchase for the hinges. Blade Cabinet THE CASE SIDES ARE JOINED to the top and bottom with rabbet-and-dado joints. The back is inset into a rabbet that’s cut after the case is assembled. the plywood edges on the case front and door are covered with solid-wood edging. The inserts are dadoed and then tacked to the cabinet sides. -thick birch plywood, along with a bit of solid birch for edging. The door is hung on butt hinges and is latched with a brass slide bolt.

Lay out and cut the notches in the ends of the sides and dividers to accept the upper and lower cleats. Remember that the lower notches on the dividers will be 1⁄2 in. shorter than those on the sides because of the dadoes in the cabinet bottom. Assembling the Case The case is easy to assemble because only the corbels have to be clamped in place. The rest of the joints are held with nails or screws. 1. Using biscuits, glue the corbels to the sides and dividers (see photo D on p. 30). After the glue dries, sand the joint flush.

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