Saturday Morning Workshop How To Build Floating Bookshelves
Saturday morning workshop how to build floating bookshelves is article about Woodworking Projects bookmarked by chad with ID 12805437204 was uploaded on 31-01-2019 and has been viewed 288,605 times.
Click here for another incredible floating shelf project What It Takes Time: 1 hour Cost: $10 Skill Level: Beginner Cutting List Tech Art Mill parts to size Rip a 45-degree bevel on one edge of the 2x6.
Rip the beveled edge free, so the offcut is 1-1/2 in.x 1-1/2 in.Cut two 6-in.lengths for the beveled ends (A).Make another rip at 1-1/2 in.for the sides (B).Assemble the shelves Drill 3/8-in.counterbores into the end of each side (B) using a Forstner bit.
Clamp the frames together and drill pilot holes.Remove the clamps and drill a clearance hole through the counterbores in the sides.Fasten the sides to the beveled ends with 1-1/2-in.flat-head screws.Make plugs Cut plugs using a drill press and a 3/8-in.
plug cutter.Pop out the plugs with a chisel.If you don't own a drill press and a plug cutter set, use 3/8-in.dowel stock instead.Insert plugs Glue and insert the plugs into the counterbores.Wipe away any excess glue with a damp towel.
Let the glue dry.Use a handsaw to cut the plug flush, protecting the wood surface with a piece of cardboard, and then sand.Finish the shelves however you'd like!...