|Project by Cliff||posted 07-19-2015 04:48 AM||921 views||0 times favorited||11 comments|
This is a very Basic Cupboard that I made for my Brother Rob’s Metal Shop. Rob has a very small shop and like most home workshops, there is never enough space. There was a gap between other stuff that couldn’t be moved, so it was just the spot for a purpose designed cupboard to just slide in and make good use of this gap.
The construction is really simple, no nails or glue or fancy joints, just measured and cut on the table saw then screwed together. The Materials used are 3/4 inch (19mm) low grade tightly knotted ply and some pallet timber for the feet. All of which I had in my timber supply.
The Finish is two coats of Danish Oil. I rang Rob a few minutes ago and he is delighted that he can pick up his space saving small cupboard during the week.
Kind regards to all Lumberjocks.
Cliff. PS: The Measurements are 28inches high. 12 Inches wide. 17inches deep.
-- Cliff Australia : Snoring is good. It blows away all the Sawdust.