Picking up were I left off…
With the shelf tops cut, I could then place them on the ribbing I had put in.
I chose to use the Kreg Micro Jig as my method of attachment. It provide the most amount of screw length with the lest amount of strength lose. Before I assembled the ribbing I had to drill all the pocket holes; it was messy but fun. I applied Titebond III on all the ribs before laying the self down, then secured the self from underneath every 6 inches or so with a 3/4 in Kreg Pocket Hole Screw.
I will be coming back and covering the face which is one reason I chose to face the screw holes in on the outside. The other was for strength.
Again, thanks for reading,
More to follow…
Under the Lazy Susan corners I installed a “plate” and used the standard Kerg Pocket Hole and Screw to attach it.
I drilled a small hole through the center of the Lazy Susan Table and the Lazy Susan Plate so that I could find center as well as pass center on to the shelf below.
I routed out a cavity on the Lazy Susan Plate to fit the actually Lazy Susan but let is stand proud 1/16 of an inch.
Then I kept building!
-- "With a little bit of faith, and some imagination, you can build anything!" Nate