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Potato/Onion Bin #3: Progress report: Initial glue up

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Blog entry by airfieldman posted 563 days ago 1294 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Where did I leave off? I think I had only an idea at point. This weekend I mad a bit of progress. I cut the sides, added some decoration to them, cut the angles at the top, and cut the support shelves.

The sides were easy to cut, just joint, cross, rip. The decoration at the bottom on the other hand, not quite so easy.

But the end results were worth it I think…

It took a lot of sanding and rasping (is that a word?). But the results are worth it I think.

From there, just cut the dados for the shelves and the angle for the bread box and you end up with this:

Next, adding the front.

-- Measure with a micrometer, mark with a crayon, cut it with a chainsaw.



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