New PDF release: Basic Box Making
By Doug Stowe
Field making is ideal for starting woodworkers drawn to gaining talents, experimenting with layout, and feeling pride at a undertaking that may be accomplished with out the time and price dedication of a larger venture. This e-book will provide uncomplicated designs, in addition to many diversifications to coach various woodworking strategies whereas the reader creates a pragmatic merchandise or a present that might turn into an heirloom. whereas this ebook should be loved through rookies, it's going to even be nice for any woodworker drawn to small tasks that may be performed in a weekend with wooden leftover from one other venture.
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In from each of the front corners and sand lightly from the center to the guide points (photo c ). This will give the treasure box a subtle curve that is in keeping with the curves inherent in the leather. Cut the lid to accept the hinge The recess at the back of the lid allows clearance for the center part of the leather hinge. Mark out the hinge location on the back of the lid, then create the recess by making a series of cuts using your tablesaw sled. Shape the lid Use a disk C sander to shape the lid.
After cutting the front and back, change the location of the stop block to cut the shorter ends. work smart A zero-clearance insert (as seen in photo B) allows you to cut boards on edge or remove small offcuts at the tablesaw. Whether you make them yourself or buy inserts to fit your saw, they will provide much greater flexibility, safety, and accuracy. (the front and back) on your crosscut sled, then A Cut the sides to length Using a crosscut sled with a stop block clamped in place guarantees that matching parts are identical in length.
Move the pin toward the blade to loosen the fit. A S l i d i n g -To p Pe n c i l B ox 43 Rout a groove to house the bottom One of the challenging parts of making a box assembled with box joints is grooving the sides to fit the bottom without accidentally removing one of the fingers on the box joint. Instead of cutting a groove all the way to the end of the stock, I rout a stopped groove that won’t interfere with the joinery. To cut this stopped groove, I use the router table outfitted with a fence and stop blocks, which limit the travel of the box parts in relation to the bit (photo A ).
Basic Box Making by Doug Stowe