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Project by JordiTomas posted 12-24-2013 07:22 AM 1045 views 2 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I do not know what is the most appropriate word I call “caseta” (little house)
I’ve been too long without posting anything
After building this house, I bought an old sailboat (built in 1978) Many repairs, restorations and many hours of dedication.
I could not take more photos of the process. The wood thickness is 35mm, The measurements are 5,25 m x 3,5 m.
I use it to store the canoe, a table saw, a trailer, antique furniture, etc.
I hope you like it

-- http://www.elsacdegemecs.com





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Sanding2day

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#1 posted 12-24-2013 09:41 AM

Very cool “caseta… Thanks for sharing…

-- Dan

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Monte Pittman

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#2 posted 12-24-2013 11:09 AM

Never have enough storage. Great job.

-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it.

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Bluepine38

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#3 posted 12-24-2013 02:46 PM

Very solid looking storage shed, in Montana that roof would have been way more expensive than the rest of
the building. Thank you for sharing.

-- As ever, Gus-the 75 yr young apprentice carpenter

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MacB

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#4 posted 12-26-2013 11:49 AM

Looks nice. How’d you do the corner joinery? Can you post a pic of the corners?

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JordiTomas

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#5 posted 12-26-2013 06:25 PM

MacB,
I’ve posted a drawing and a picture. The drawing isn’t complete because I’ve done it this morning very quick but I hope it’s clear enough.
I’ve grouped the wood planks to make four cuts of “dovetails”, same time .
Draw1: In order to don’t have to graduate the circular saw every time, I put a piece of Wood of the same thickness “A” to cut the left “dovetail”.
Draw2. To do the dovetail’s right cut, I didn’t put the wood “A”, so the “B” piece of wood was nearly to be sliced with the wood chisel at the drawing 3.
Later this, in the drawing 4 I cut the angles with the circular saw at 45º
To calculate the “C” dovetail depth I’ve used a simple ecuation.

-- http://www.elsacdegemecs.com

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Francois Vigneron

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#6 posted 12-26-2013 09:58 PM

Thanks for the joinery details. Great job !

-- Francois Vigneron, Gif-sur-Yvette, France & Altadena, CA

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MacB

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#7 posted 12-28-2013 12:19 PM

Impressive craftsmanship. Thanks for the drawings.

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