|Project by LBH||posted 09-12-2015 04:36 PM||3371 views||15 times favorited||14 comments|
This is a work in progress. A five drawer cabinet for the Blue Pine Garage project, except it’s made from tiger maple. I overlapped and secured two pieces of stock and ran them through the band saw for a random edge. Then I put a 45 deg chamfer on the edges.
I purchased a King Arthur’s Tools “Holy Galahad” dished carbide disk for an angle grinder. (I can’t make that up). I sketched some random contours into each piece and removed material with the disc. I finished the contours with a Festool RO90 sander in rotary mode proceeding through the grits.
The right side of the box will be visible adjacent to the Roubo bench. I ran maple stock through the band saw to make book matched panels.
Next I made a small return piece for the left side then promptly screwed up the cut on the right side (wrong angle). (I have memory problem). To recover I constructed a two piece return. The right return will be cut back significantly and the edge will serve as the drawer pull. Reach to the right, grab the edge and pull. The drawers will not have hardware. Since it’s been a couple weeks since I cut the three rights I have to figure how I did what I did for the other two drawers.
Then I contouring the remaining corners and finish.
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