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Spice rack i built for a customer out of red oak

-- wchips





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a1Jim

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#1 posted 1652 days ago

One big spice rack.

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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Tom O'Brien

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#2 posted 1652 days ago

Very nice. Tell us about how you finished it, please.

-- Every project is a learning opportunity, every error a design opportunity

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#3 posted 1652 days ago

I do hope that the customer is a good cook with the work you have put into it

Dennis

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kosta

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#4 posted 1652 days ago

what kind of joinery did you use to attach the shelves to the sides

-- kosta Virginia Beach, VA http://www.kostasworkshop.blogspot.com/

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dmorgantx

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#5 posted 1652 days ago

Nice looking piece! Is it really that big or does it just seem that way because of the picture? (What kind of deminsions- overall and between shelves?).

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wchips

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#6 posted 1652 days ago

I forgot the exact dimensions I believe it was approx 13’’ wide and18’’ tall. the plans were all drawn up bu the customer when she approached me. Have a nice day Lee

-- wchips

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wchips

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#7 posted 1651 days ago

I finished it by staining with Min Wax golden oak stain then after drying for 24 hours sprayed it with hi solid sanding sealer lacquer base, then steel wool (0000) grit to get rid of the nubs or any roughness last it was sprayed with gloss lacquer 3 coats. the sanding sealer and lacquer was Diamond Vogel Brand. The joinery on the shelves are mortise and tenon , I guess you could call it that, I cut 1/4’’ stopped dados where every shelf went 5/16’’ deep. then cut 1/4’‘x1/4’’ tenons on the shelves. the top and bottom is fastened with 5/16’’ dowels. I think the picture made it look bigger than it is .
Have a nice day Lee

-- wchips

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Bob Kollman

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#8 posted 1651 days ago

Nice spice rack. Customer will love it.

-- Bob Kenosha Wi.

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Beginningwoodworker

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#9 posted 1651 days ago

Nice spice rack.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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johnnymo

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#10 posted 1651 days ago

Nice rack! :-)
That will be my next project if my wife sees the pic.

-- John in Arizona (but it's a dry heat!)

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Lee A. Jesberger

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#11 posted 1591 days ago

Nice Job

Lee

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