Saturday Morning Workshop How To Build A Pallet Side Table

Saturday Morning Workshop How To Build A Pallet Side Table Woodworking Projects

Saturday morning workshop how to build a pallet side table is article about Woodworking Projects bookmarked by edward with ID 12364065994 was uploaded on 27-03-2019 and has been viewed 245,234 times.

What It Takes Time: 1 day Cost: About $5 a pallet, or possibly free (search online for 'free pallets near me') Skill Level: Intermediate Cutting List Project Plans Prepare the pallet wood Pry apart the pallet with a flat bar and mallet.

Plus: Check out this other use for a pallet in your home workshop.Or, here's a creative use for a pallet in your garage.Remove nails and make rough cuts Pull out all the nails with a hammer so they don't ruin a saw blade.

Clean the boards with a wire brush so you don't bog down your jointer or planer.Rough-cut the pallet stringers to 25 in.for the legs (B).Flatten and straighten Draw pencil lines across the concave face of the boards and flatten that face on the jointer.

When the lines are gone, you're done.With the flattened face against the jointer's fence, straighten the concave edge (if there is one).Mill the parts to size Plane the boards to finished thickness.Remember to plane some of the boards to 1/2 in.

for the slats (C) and stretchers (D).Rip and crosscut all the parts to the dimensions stated in the Cutting List.Don't cut the slats (C) and stretchers (D) to length yet.You'll scribe them to fit later.

Get the Tech Art for this project here.Glue up the top Spread glue to the edges of the top boards and clamp them together in two 8-in.sections.Clean any squeeze-out with a chisel or paint scraper.When the glue is dry, plane and sand the two halves smooth.

Glue and clamp the two halves.Sand the newly created tabletop flat after the glue dries.Crosscut the top to 16 in.using a miter gauge on the table saw.Cut the notches Attach a long fence to the miter gauge and clamp stops to the fence, placed to cut kerfs at 2 in.

and 3 in.from one edge of the tabletop (A).Set the blade height to 3 in.and make multiple passes to cut out the waste between the kerfs, creating a 1-in.x 3-in.slot.Rotate the tabletop 90 degrees to cut the remaining notches.

Follow the same process to make a 1/2-in.-wide x 1-in.-deep notch, 6 in.from the end of each leg (B).Glue the legs to the assembly Spread glue into the notches in the top.Clamp the legs into the slots so that the ends are flush with the tabletop and wipe away any excess glue with a damp rag.

Attach the shelf Dry-fit the stretchers (D), scribe their ends and cut them to finished length.Spread glue into the leg notches and clamp the stretchers into place.Scribe and cut the slats to finished length.

Glue and clamp the slats to the stretchers with 1/8-in.spacers between the slats...

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