This week, I put the top on my shaker table. I also did the inside of the drawer. In ordered to do this we used jointing methods, the plainer, the table saw, and the radial arm saw.
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So far this week, I put together part of my shaker table. Although not finished yet, I was able to put together the majority of the table. The side and back rails are screwed on the legs and I also was able to start to put in my spacers. This ...
So, during this long hard past week. My friend and I decided to continue on our final project and start to create the drawer for our shocker table. But due to our tracer leaving out class from time to time for track meets, we only were able to...
During this week me and my friend Tyler made our legs to our shaker table. First we planed the wood down to 3/4 of an inch. Then moved to start to rough cutting our oak. Then decided to joint out peices of wood to get it ready to be cut on the...