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Project by TheJoineryGallery posted 1380 days ago 3324 views 32 times favorited 16 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A friend of mine posted this shelf in his picassa web slide. I quickly fell for the joinery, no glue, nails, just the two screwws need to locate and secure tia stuf post. The piece locks together its shape and meaning with how the wood is planned and cut into. To visit the original

-- www.thejoinerygallery.com





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Pawky

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#1 posted 1380 days ago

That’s awesome. Thank you for sharing :)

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garriv777

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#2 posted 1380 days ago

Beautiful and unique. Very nice job.

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DrAllred

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#3 posted 1380 days ago

What a great piece, if my wife sees this I will have to make one for her.

-- David, Mesa Arizona

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#4 posted 1380 days ago

Now that is very cool! Cool stuff and thanks for sharing….

-- Dan ~ Texarkana, Tx.

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#5 posted 1380 days ago

Very nice. Good figure in that maple.

-- Al, Culpeper VA

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#6 posted 1379 days ago

wow, excellent. I love the design and the beautiful complementary joinery.

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#7 posted 1379 days ago

Very unique concept, beautiful wood, great combination.

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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#8 posted 1379 days ago

A couple of weeks back we were in Rockler – they had some decent looking maple on sale – cheap. The wife asked what I would use it for – just found the answer.

-- bigfish "I am always doing what I cannot do yet, in order to learn how to do it." Vincent Van Gogh

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TheGravedigger

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#9 posted 1379 days ago

Definitely one-of-a-kind. Nice!

-- Robert - Visit my woodworking blog: http://littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com

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Jesse

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#10 posted 1379 days ago

Gonna need to be judiciously inspired by this ( steal it). Great Job!

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#11 posted 1352 days ago

Very unique design. Beautiful joinery too.

-- - Eric Indianapolis, IN

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#12 posted 1337 days ago

Very nice. I’m trying to think of how to hide the mounting screws…

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AaronK

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#13 posted 1334 days ago

spamfilter: i just did a similar project like this fantastic one and used picture hanging hardware mortised into the back of the vertical member.. something like is shown here. you could also use a slot cutting router bit, but the hardware is dirt cheap and you can make the mortises with forstner bits…

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AaronK

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#14 posted 1334 days ago

spamfilter: i just did a similar project like this fantastic one and used picture hanging hardware mortised into the back of the vertical member.. something like is shown here. you could also use a slot cutting router bit, but the hardware

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#15 posted 1334 days ago

Thanks AaronK. Sounds straight-forward. Think I’ll add this to my list of future projects.

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