Aisha Castro TV Stand November 16th, 2018 - 02:10:18
A rustic TV stand. So let's get started I'm starting off by making my cut list using all two-by-four lumber, I will cut four legs that are 28 inches. Three boards that are 33 inches and five boards that are roughly 11 and 1/4 inches. Next, I'm going to cut the two by twos I'll start by cutting one of the boards that are eleven and one-quarter inches that I'll cut all three of the 33-inch boards. I should have eight different two by tubes when I'm done. Two tips for this project are going to be first, the two by twos.
I always help my own two by twos, and the reason for this is when you go to the hardware store and you're looking for two by twos they're, always really warped. So I just cut my own when I ripped 2 by 4, and I get two by twos out of one 2 by 4. The second tip of the project is going to be this piece now. This piece holds the shell, it should be 11 and a quarter inch or inches. Well, what you want to do is you want to measure your 1 by 12.
This 1 by 12 should be exactly 11 and 1/4 inches. It usually is it's usually a little smaller or a little larger. What you want to do is make sure this piece is exactly the same length as your shelf and don't worry about it being exactly 11 and 1/4. Whatever matches your shelf will be fine. Now I am going to drill the pocket holes using my cranking. I have the jig set up at one and a half inches to accommodate the lumber, I'm going to drill pocket holes in four of the eleven and a quarter inch boards, as well as all the 33 inch to buy tunes.
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