Aisha Castro TV Stand November 08th, 2018 - 18:28:34
I cut two pieces to length for the middle selves and then I glued them together to make a panel for the top and bottom. I got some eighth quarter red oak boards. The first had to cut to size, and then I glued them together to make panels one for the top and one for the bottom. After the panel's got glued, I used 60 grit sandpaper in a random orbit sander to make them flat. I turned the boards to make sure they're square and then I cut them to the width and then put them to the proper death.
Now I need to cut off the back corners at 25 degrees, I'm going to measure 12 inches along the back from the corner and 12 inches along the side from the corner, and then I'm going to draw a diagonal line and then use my truck guide and circular saw to cut off the corners, and this is what the top and bottom look like. I cut the sides to length and they cut some oak plywood for the back. This is where the thick water inch growth is going to call. I use the straight three-quarter inch out of that to cut this green and I do do the multiple passes.
And then I used the chisel to clean up the corners to hold the middle self, a car to take water in schools in all the sides and back pieces, and to make sure that the goo was at the same height on all of them. I used the spacer to join the three back pieces at a 45-degree angle. I used a 90 to be a bed that was half an inch from the fans and half an inch deep, and this is what the edge looks like, and here all of the joins are now cut dry, fit now with the self.
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