Creative Woodworks & crafts 2003-09, страница 28
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Tools: scroll saw; No. 7R and No. 0 blades; drill with 1/4"- and 3/32"-Dia. brad point drill bit*; 1 /8"-Dia. core router bit Sandpaper, 120- through 320-grit Temporary-bond spray adhesive Rif- liquid or powered dye in color of
choice** 1 /4" hardwood dowels 3/32" brass rod (for hinge pin) 1 /2" Brass knobs''" Mineral salts
Wafco natural Danish Oil Minwax Fast Drying Poly * Available from Woodworker's Supply, #824-192, 1-800-645-9292. **For more information on Rif® dyes,-contact Riff Consumer Affairs, P.O. Box 21070, Indianapolis, IN 46221-1070; (317) 231-8044, 9:00 to 4:00 Eastern Time.
***Available in most hobby and hardware stores
Step 1. Sand both surfaces of the wood you have chosen and cut all the components to length.
patterns to the appropriate pieces with spray adhesive, drill the dowel and blade entry holes with a l/4"-Dia. brad point drill bit, and cut the waste areas free with a No. 7R scroll saw blade.
Patterns Located in Full Size 6. - Pattern Section No. 2!
designed by John Nelson and sawn by Wes Demarest
EXCLUSIVE: Leorn to make your own wooden hinges for this project!
cut the lid free from the waste and route the top edge detail with a l/8"-Dia. cove router bit while the lid is still in one piece. 28
Step 3. I stack cut as many pieces as possible, securing the stack with hot melt glue. In this case, I stacked the lip and base with the pattern glued to the lip piece. Once they are cut free, separate them and finish the lip piece.