Imelda Watkins TV Stand September 17th, 2018 - 01:35:53
I didn't have a specific plan for the ex, so I just cut an extra big piece and then I mark the lines with a pencil and free-handed it at the table. Salt and I sanded everything now - and this is what I got. I then just repeated the process for the other pieces of the a and there's one side. Then I just copied all my pieces onto another board and cut the other side of the X.
What's that all my pieces cut, I squared everything up between two boards and I used glue and some finish nails to just kind of tack everything in place. Then I moved on to the very top deck and I cut it to length and ripped it to width. I made some cross pieces to hold my top deck together. I flipped over the top deck added some glue and some weights and let that sit for a day then I made some side cleats that held up the other day.
Then I got the other deck boards and ribs first and then crosscut them. To wit, I didn't measure how high I want to be other decks and I glued and nailed the pleats in place, then, with a Dremel on a cut-off wheel. I cleaned up all the excess nails that were sticking out all over the place. After that I had a ton of wood filler just to make everything look nice and flush.