Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth – and had shop class as a requirement – I had my first exposure to handscrews. The pterodactyls, duckbills and I were taught that they had a long reach and could clamp pieces at odd angles. Fast ...
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I’m finally finished, but I’ve fallen behind in the blog description. Biscuits for the uprights:Each upright “leg” consists of a 1×3 and a 1×2 joined at a right angle with a small shadow line. Biscuits seemed l...
Per some advice I got at Rec.Woodworking, I decided to use three sanders – one for each grit – to sand the many small parts of my current project. There are 64 parts that make up the basic frames, all made of either 1×2 or 1×...
I have worked out the math; this project has 448 dowel holes. Here are just a few: These should be the last set; the ones that will fasten the top and bottom rails to the stiles on each face of the units. In the photo below, two stiles are ...
I’ll start this one with a disclaimer. I’m a novice. What I post should never be taken as authoritative, or even educational. Half of it is likely wrong, and I’m not (usually) sure which half. This project represents my second...