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Jordan's Project #3: Part #3 Fitting the Dividers and The Wall for the Hidden Drawers

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Blog entry by Jeff Waggoner posted 460 days ago 1587 reads 1 time favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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18. I then began fitting the inside wall that would cover and hide my drawers.
19. I planed the edge of the board to make sure it would slide in and out properly.
20. I fitted the board and made sure to leave enough room behind it to allow the drawers to fit.
21. I took my bottom panel and sawed it to size then used a hand router to cut grooves for my
dividers.
22. I made a bead over the inside edge of my desk top with a router.
23. I began cutting my dividers with a 45 degree shooting board and hand plane.
24. I also cut them to height with another straight shooting board.
25. I fitted the dividers and sanded the top flush.

-- Jeff Waggoner, http://www.planeoldwood.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Plane-Old-Wood/170375656316338



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Triumph1

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#1 posted 460 days ago

Great video Jeff!

-- Jeff , Illinois Please...can I stay in the basement a little longer, please!

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Julian

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#2 posted 459 days ago

Great job on the dividers. The shooting boards do a great job cutting the angles. Looks like your dad is a good teacher. Look forward to seeing the completed project.

-- Julian

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