Sheena Anthony TV Stand November 06th, 2018 - 23:43:02
The TV stand with a secret compartment to make it I'll use. Only two pallets. I took two pallets and cut off unnecessary parts. Remove two boards and two cubes from each pallet. All surface was sanded down with 120 grit sandpaper to get nice fresh, look from some pallet wood leftovers. I made four legs and screwed them in corners, made a new layer with Hallett cubes, an additional board screwed the board to the cubes, and all this piece was screwed into the place.
I used 50 millimeters, wood screws and screwed in at 45 degrees angle. Of course, per-drill was needed to attach a top. I made a lot of 45° angle screwing points temporarily. I screwed only two screws. As usual TV stand, it is finished, but I always wanted to make some furniture item with a secret compartment. So here it goes, took off one cube and measured 20 millimeters from all sides. It would be perfect to use fans saw to cut out selected middle part, but because I don't have it, I made it an old-school way.
Added some spacers inside the cut to remove stress and prevent wood splitting while was made the second cut drilled holes for hinges to get squared hole to surface. I use simple square scrap with a piece with a straight line on it. The hinge is made from simple nails. Just remove top hats to get right place for hinges, a mounting point on the stand, made simple template again from scrap, as I mentioned before, a top was attached with many fixing points in 45 degrees angle and 80 millimeters wood screws.
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