Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction
#71
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Hmmm...so...what will the middle drawers be sliding on, once they are past the first 1" or so?
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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#72
  Re: RE: Shaker Sideboard: Joinery: Carcass Glue-up COMPLETED by bandit571 (Hmmm...so...what wil...)
(07-03-2020, 02:37 AM)bandit571 Wrote: Hmmm...so...what will the middle drawers be sliding on, once they are past the first 1" or so?

Well, er, slides of course.  It's only the carcass glue up after all . . . .
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#73
  Re: RE: Shaker Sideboard: Joinery: Carcass Glue-up COMPLETED by kwadams (Phil, what glue have...)
Kevin: I don't think we want to shine a light on how an engineer's mind works Smile . I've been switching it up in the glue department: Titebond III, Titebond HIde, and T-88 epoxy for a few of the joints that did not fit as nice as I would have liked. Enjoy the Holiday! Phil


(07-02-2020, 10:00 PM)kwadams Wrote: 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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#74
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Bandit571/Admiral:  the plans call for maple drawer runners/kickers/etc and maple drawer sides. I opted for pine drawers sides so I think I can get away with cherry for the guts of the drawer compartment.  I've been scrounging the remaining scraps of cherry:

   

Went to my local sawmill yesterday (Moores Sawmill in Bloomfield CT) and picked up some nice clear pine for the drawer bottoms:

   

As Norm would say: we're gaining on it!

Phil
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#75
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Hmmmm, maybe scale something like this down to size... Confused  
   
Comes in handy, when a drawer is pulled out too far...
   
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#76
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
On to the drawers;

   
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#77
  Re: RE: Shaker Sideboard: Joinery: Carcass Glue-up COMPLETED by Philip1231 (On to the drawers; ...)
(07-11-2020, 01:32 PM)Philip1231 Wrote: On to the drawers;

Very nice!
Best,
Aram, always learning

"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery


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#78
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
That looks familiar. I'm lovin' this! Great work, Philip!
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#79
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Aram/Hank: Thanks

Hank: check your email: I sent you a message with questions on the build. Thanks Phil
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#80
  Re: Shaker Sideboard: Drawer Construction by Philip1231 (So by next project i...)
Nice neat work so far, Philip. Great photos, too.

Regards from Perth

Derek
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