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Blog series by Jaeyoel Park updated 03-04-2008 03:31 PM 4 parts 5488 reads 11 comments total

Part 1: CADed by Sketchup

02-29-2008 07:12 AM by Jaeyoel Park | 4 comments »

Hi, Everyone :) As I told in my profile, I’m not good at speaking or writing English.so. I hope your friendly understanding. Umm… I can find my first miswriting.The title is not good. but I just go foward…Actually, I finished this 4 months ago.and I’m using it very well. But I’d like to record what I did somewhere,hoping It would be helpful for my memory and next chance to make some beds. Enjoy yourself.See you.

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Part 2: Head and foot boards

03-03-2008 02:19 PM by Jaeyoel Park | 0 comments »

I guess that several photos will be better than my poor English T.T marking mortises for the decoration of my headboard The bamboo nails… actually from chinese chopsticks.After clamping securely, drilling → driving in nailsI’d like to recommend you… use unused one for it. ^^ Trimming the rest of nail with plugsaw nicely the whole of vertical parts were joined.It’s quite strong already… and the horizontal parts were joined with ...

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Part 3: Side rails

03-03-2008 02:49 PM by Jaeyoel Park | 3 comments »

select… making groove with dado blade…- depth : 5 mm ( 1 inch = 25.4 mm )- width : 20 mm marking tenons at the ends of siderails … making tenon with my hands… trimming tenon … glueing siderail for cleat… clamping … Without hardware, a little depth of groove and one night clamping…The cleat could support strongly enough… for me and latex

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Part 4: Bangdoo-sanji and center supporter

03-04-2008 03:31 PM by Jaeyoel Park | 4 comments »

”Bangdoo-sanji” in Korean is almost similar with ”tusk-tenon” in English. Let me show you the illustrated picture. Bangdoo means the tenon extends beyond the through mortise,and Sanji means wedge. If you have “Handbook of joinery” of “the art of woodworking”, You will be able to see “tusk tenon” at page 106. Back to my project,I chose walnut for sanji (wedge).But I think ebony or bubinga would be better choice. Now, l...

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