Saturday Morning Workshop Cantilever End Table
Saturday morning workshop cantilever end table is article about Woodworking Projects bookmarked by terrence with ID 11216144484 was uploaded on 13-02-2019 and has been viewed 234,139 times.
What It Takes Time: 1 hour Cost: $40 Skill level: Beginner Cutting List Tech Art Mill parts to size Follow the cutting list for the dimensions of the box top and bottom (A), box sides (B) and nailer str*p (C).
Cut 15-degree angles on the ends of the 1x2 pine legs (D).Cut the bottom brace (E) to length, and bevel both edges at 15-degrees on the table saw.The finished width is 1-1/2 in.Assemble the box Glue, clamp and fasten the ends of the box sides (B) to the box top and bottom (A) with 2-in.
brad nails.Check for square.Glue, clamp and fasten the nailer str*p (C) to the back edge of the box with 2-in.brad nails.Fill any voids and nail holes with wood filler, and then sand smooth.Prime, paint and stain Prime and paint the box.
You may need more than one coat.Stain the legs (D) and bottom brace (E) and let them dry.Attach the legs Make a mark 4-in.from the front, bottom edge of the box.Clamp the legs in place so that the angles of the legs are flush with the top of the box and align with the mark you made.
Tape along the legs (D).Drill pilot holes for the legs, in between the pieces of tape.Clamp the legs place, and then drill pilot holes into them from inside the box.Countersink for the scr*w heads and fasten the legs with 1-1/4 in.
screws.Attach the bottom brace Glue, clamp and fasten the bottom brace (E) to the legs (D) with 2-in.brad nails.Align the face of the bottom brace with the front edge of the legs and the beveled edge with bottom of the box...