Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top
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  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Contrary to popular opinion, sufficient cussing of sufficient originality, and of sufficient volume, CAN move a recalcitrant piece into proper position.
Thanks,  Curt
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#62
  Re: RE: Shaker Sideboard: Joinery: Glue-up Initiated by cputnam (Contrary to popular ...)
I've got the originality and volume, but I have to work on frequency.


(06-26-2020, 08:16 PM)cputnam Wrote: Contrary to popular opinion, sufficient cussing of sufficient originality, and of sufficient volume, CAN move a recalcitrant piece into proper position.
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#63
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
First stage of glue-up completed: on to side panels and legs.

   

   
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#64
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Dry run for final carcass glue-up. I realized I was missing the two top kickers that have to be installed as part of carcass glue-up: one of the reasons I always do a dry run:

 
   
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#65
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
All major sub-assemblies have been glued up.  If the glue-up gods are with me, I should have some good news to report tomorrow.

   

   
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#66
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Completed carcass glue-up today: over the hump for sure!

   

   

   
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#67
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Nice job, Philip! You're on the downhill side of this project. :>)
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#68
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Well done, looking great!
...Naval Aviators, that had balz made of brass and the size of bowling balls, getting shot off the deck at night, in heavy seas, hoping that when they leave the deck that the ship is pointed towards the sky and not the water.

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#69
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Hank/Martin: thanks for words of encouragement! On to the more mundane task of stock prep for the drawers and doors. Stay tuned! Phil
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#70
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Moving on to the Top by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Phil, what glue have you been using, Old Brown?

Looking good for sure, very organized as usual, an engineer’s mind at work!

Have a great 4th!

Kevin
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