By Bill Hylton, William H Hylton
That includes attractive initiatives in quite a lot of types from a few of America's most interesting cabinetmakers, Chests of Drawers is the 5th e-book in Taunton's furnishings tasks sequence. all the seven initiatives contains transparent directions, measured drawings and minimize lists.
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1. Cut the Macassar ebony, holly, and bloodwood to length using the miter saw (see “Materials” on p. 39). Switch to the tablesaw, set the fence 11⁄4 in. from the blade, and cut the pieces to width. 2. Resaw the hardwood pieces to their finished thickness. Make a test-cut in scrap wood first to confirm the accuracy of each setup. Cut two ebony pieces to 1⁄16 in. thick, two holly pieces to 3⁄16 in. thick, and one bloodwood piece to 9⁄ 32 in. thick (photo A ). A Resaw the hardwood pieces for the banding to their finished thickness, using a featherboard and a push stick for safety.
P l ay i n g C a r d B ox 45 B Hold the scalpel at approximately 45º and cut around the outside edges of the four-card template, making relatively short, light scoring cuts. Cut around each of the four cards, sepa- 6. Set the four-card template with attached veneer These four pieces will be used to fill in the cutouts in the center of the holly veneer cards: The bloodwood veneer is used for the heart and diamond suits, the Macassar ebony for the club and spade. onto the cutting mat. Now cut out each of the four cards, separating them from each other (photo C ).
Wide by 6-tpi blade. 1. -thick bloodwood pieces, which will form the full diamonds in the center of the banding. Start by clamping the stop block to the fence at exactly 9⁄ 32 in. from the sawblade kerf. This stopblock position will produce a perfect square part, which when rotated 45° will look like a diamond. Hold the bloodwood strip in place against the fence and tight to the stop block. Slide the sled into the blade, cutting through the bloodwood strip and into—but not through—the fence. Remove the cut piece of bloodwood and pull the sled back away from the blade.