Janette Harvey Table November 30th, 2018 - 02:28:08
I love the small side of the mornings and like any good woodworking project, it starts at the lumberyard and we are purchasing black American walnut six quarter, s3f and, as you can see, it's quite expensive, but you know what it looks: fabulous and beautiful and that's why we're using it now as 3 S stands for surface 3 sides. That means we get three finished edges, but we have one rough edge to cut. So, let's measure now, but if you're going to deal with purchasing s 3s, is that a coming different size? So you can go from four and a half inches to four and seven eighths to five inches and that kind of make things difficult.
But that's where your tables are coming to play. They are me taking your thinnest measurement of each stick of wood and then measuring it to the blade itself I actually purchased. A feather board for the table saw because the fact that this will actually allow you to have a third hand, push the wood towards the blade or towards the side, so it pins it up against and makes a nice clean, smooth edge guaranteed. You just need to make sure you have a little pressure on the end of the board, so you know that you're cutting the wood perfectly straight in trust me you're, going to want straight wood for this project.
Once again, with cutting your first piece, you will proceed to your second piece, doing the same exact steps measuring it out and readjusting your table saw along with your feather board now, in all reality, I found by the board extremely helpful in this project. It's always nice to have third hands and it allows you to have perfect pressure on the side of the board while pushing through just make sure you don't have too much pressure, because they'll tend jam up on you on a side note, I purchase a ultra fine 82 blade Which allow me to cut extremely clean lines just a flag once you have all your fourth cuts.
Do you come to the fun part where you actually trying to figure out how the overall arrangement is going to be on your table and overall look of the table itself at the end, now always put a layer of this cream down? First, before that, my pipe clamps down just so I don't get gooey underwear once you have it boards up now. Here's your material check, the I get pipe clamps. The pipe itself is 4 feet long weekend. The table is only three feet from hand. Clamps you're going to have to make sure you have plenty of these and then some wood sides, locking I'm using wood form the headline round.
But if you don't have that, you can always use some whatever wood that you have lying around and just cut it to size. I also have some wood bracing I'll, be playing and I actually covered it with tape, because wood glue tends to stick to most wood products. Yeah good idea, you first going to have all your boards up on edge. So it's going to be easier to apply the glue itself.