|Project by dbray45||posted 03-11-2013 11:38 AM||1912 views||4 times favorited||10 comments|
Made this for a customer. The case is 30” tall x 20” wide and the crown adds a little over an inch. The crown molding was made usining a router table for the small rounds and the table saw for the large, to smooth out everything, a scraper was used. The case corners are dovetailed, I didn’t take pictures of them.
For those that are starting out, the tools used:
Pin nailer – for the crown moulding
Sargent #407 smoothing plane
Dovetail saws – rip and cross cut
Tenon saw – rip
Record #7 jointer plane
Variety of scrapers
Record #43 for the tongue and grooves
Chisels – bench and mortising
Finish is Spar varnish (washrooms get humid)
If you have questions, I have been very busy, post your questions and I will get back as soon as I can. It may not be today so don’t get mad at me for not responding as fast as I would like to.
Thanks for looking.
-- David in Damascus, MD