|Project by A Slice of Wood Workshop||posted 01-23-2014 02:13 PM||970 views||3 times favorited||6 comments|
I have a few hand drills/braces laying around. Some are in the rafters, some on the walls, and some just sitting around on the benches. I figured it was about to organize them and get them straightened out. I started with rough sawn poplar lumber given to me from a friend. Flattened all the 2 boards out. I then used a cove molding plane to create a decorative front edge. Drilled the holes and cut the slots. I then cut out two supports on the scroll saw. Used screws to hold it all together for the time being. It is too cold right now to use glue in the shop so I will take it down and glue it back together this summer. You can view the build in this short video by clicking here.
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