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Project by Benomatic posted 07-14-2008 02:39 AM 770 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Every new tool deserves a project that features its abilites – for this simple shaker stool, it was the addition of my biscut joiner. This thing boast over 35 biscuts and will most likely neve come apart. Even though it seems a simple project, it was a great way to try out a spray finishing technique I’d seen as well as practice my hand sawing. Not technically cool – but this thing gets a lot of use around the house and is holding up like the shakers said it would! I think I found this project online – free even?

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Greg Wurst

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#1 posted 07-14-2008 02:45 AM

That’s a lot of biscuits! You shouldn’t have any problems with that stool with the large glue surfaces and the way it’s constructed. The only problem with biscuits is while they have a lot of resistance to pull-apart they have very little shear resistance. I try to avoid them in any area that will get a lot of stress. They are great for face frames and other areas where the joints aren’t heavily stressed. Anyway, that’s a nice little stool. Thanks for sharing!

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lew

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#2 posted 07-14-2008 04:48 AM

Great Looking Stool!!

Lew

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