I put a symbol of bat on side panel using hand scroll saw.
as I told in my previous posting, It is Korean traditional one.
At sketchup, I printed the matched section in real scale.
and sticked it on dimensioned panel.
then, I sawed and sawed …
and tenons for joining with the apron which will be located between top and side panels…
I tried it with hand planes.
after marking with a knife, I used my small plow plane to cut off the shoulder first.
next, #4 removed out off the outer and made the cheek of tenons.
and trimmed the cheek with router plane.
With a dozuki saw and chisels, I cut the useless out of the tenons.
Then I adjusted the thickness of the tenons finally one by one.
If I have the Lie-neilson’s rabbet plane, I could do it more easy and fast.
but it’s too expensive.
Oh~~ no~~ I got some pressed defects on panels.
Later, I could find out a bolt was not removed on side of the router plane.
So, I tried to restore it.
at first, wet the board with water…
dried quickly with a maximum-heated iron over a towel.
Is it cool ?
See you :)
-- Falling in love with wood... J. Park , South Korea