Chandra Smith TV Stand November 15th, 2018 - 05:45:41
The TV stand to be eye level and eye level for the average seated person is right, around 42 inches off the ground. This means that the top of your TV stand should be somewhere in the 20 to 22 inch neighborhood. So if you have the room, think low and long more like this, not like that, I'm gonna be making mine out of two sheets of three-quarter inch and one sheet of 1/4 inch walnut veneer in plywood. Whether you have a table saw or not. I recommend breaking down your sheet.
Goods with a circular saw in my mind, it's just safer, especially if you're working by yourself so first I set my saw so that the depth of the cut was just a little bit more than the thickness of the material. Then I measured the distance from the side of my saws base, piece to the blade, spoiler alert. It was 4 inches and then I could start cutting here, I'm measuring and marking at 22 and 3/4 of an inch. I want the width of my top bottom and side pieces to be about 18 and 3/4 inches.
So I'm just adding 4 to that for the base piece by the way, if you're wondering what that stuff under the wood is it's a piece of foam insulation after I had ripped three pieces, atop a bottom and what will be used for the sides. I started cross-cutting things to finish. The lengths the top and bottom pieces are going to be 94 inches long each. So I marked the line and then use the speed square as a straight edge to make the cut. Now you could cut every single piece for the cabinet using these two methods, but if you have a table saw you can definitely speed things up for yourself.
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