|Project by HawkDriver||posted 03-17-2011 08:59 AM||2500 views||5 times favorited||6 comments|
This is a clone of a bench household 6 saw in a catalog. Its entirely poplar and the baskets I believe HH6 bought from Target. The height of the bench I based off of my sitting profile….. HH6 is significantly shorter than I(lesson learned). Oh well, at least it’s comfortable for me to sit on. I practiced my Dados and Rabbets on the back of the bench, where the partitions attach to the vertical back. It worked out well using my Bosch router. That thing is definitly a tool I need more work with outside of its table. I was a first time go on all of the joints, but I spent a rediculous amount of time measuring and remeasuring making sure I would be lined up properly. I also used a traditional bit around the top portion of the base and around the undersde of the top. I used a 1/8th roundover bit on the very top just to ensure there would be no accidental splinter in an unwanted area while sitting. The finish is just plain ole’ semi gloss latex black. Any comments or suggestions for future bench/tables is appreciated. HH6 already wants a new coffee table. Thanks for looking.
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