If you are doing not possess the required tools for getting out the fabric employed in this piece of furniture, it are often purchased from a mill already planed, sanded and move lengths given within the list. Any reasonably wood may be used, but quarter-sawed oak tree with a mission stain and waxed, gives the most effective appearance.
The following pieces are going to be needed:
• 2 shelves, 3/8 by 8 by 15 in., S-2-S.
• 1 shelf, 3/8 by 10 by 15 in., S-2-S.
• 1 shelf, 3/8 by 12 by 15 in., S-2-S.
• 8 slats, 3/8 by 1-1/8 by 38 in., S-4-S.
• 2 slats, 1/4 by 1-1/8 by 38 in., S-4-S.
• 4 doz. 1 in. No. 9 round-head screws.
Take the four shelves and line them up with their backs and ends even and clamp them together firmly. Mark the places for the slats across the perimeters of the shelves, making the primary line 1/2 in. from their ends. Use a square to urge the lines at right angles to the surface.
Another line is drawn 1-1/8 in. from the primary, or the width of the slat. The ends of the shelves are marked within the same manner, beginning from the rear edges and making the primary line 1/2 in. from them, so another line 1-1/8 in. from the primary, or the width of the slat. Make a line across the ends, 1/2 in. from the front fringe of the 8-in, shelves, and another line 1-1/8 in. back from the primary one.
This will leave 2-1/2 in. and 4-1/2 in. of space respectively from the front edges of the 10-in. and 12-in. shelves. Shift the shelves so that they are even on the front edges and mark them the identical because the back. Make a 1/4-in. depth mark on all edges between the lines and cut this material out. this may be done while the shelves are clamped together.
Place the shelves of this easy woodworking plans project on end in their order and begin by screwing on the rear slats on both ends first, then screw on the 2 front slats. Turn the stand down and placed on the 2 back slats. Attach the 2 front slats on the highest shelf first.
Then bore the places for the remaining holes and switch within the screws. this may bend the slats into place. the 2 remaining slats are screwed on the ends of the shelves without letting them in, making the spaces equal. Mark each slat 1/2 in. below the underside shelf and saw them off. The stand will be taken apart, sandpapered and stained.