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Step-back Cupboard Build #13: Face frame attached

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Blog entry by rwyoung posted 06-26-2009 05:00 AM 1139 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 12: In the immortal words of MC Hammer: Stop! Router Time! Part 13 of Step-back Cupboard Build series Part 14: Molding »

All I had on the docket for tonight was to get the upper face frame glued on and the necessary cleanup. Done. Nothing more complicated than doing a dry fit to prep the clamps and glue that puppy down. The clamps I’m using have heads sized so that a 2×4 can be used to lift workpieces and clear the head of the clamp.


Notice the glue run near the center of the side. Not a big deal, I caught as much as possible. The rest gets scraped and sanded when the clamps are off. Easy peasy.

And here it is standing up again plus a small closeup.


So, three parts left before painting begins. I need to make the trim for the top, make the door and cut boards for the back. I won’t install the back other than to lay in on for size. The back will be tongue-and-groove 1/2” boards. I’ll leave it off until the painting is done to make things easier.

-- Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things.



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