Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Storage Bench. By Janie Mills.
I marked where the where I wanted at the top of the business seat to go, and then I used some round objects and kind of free handed the design that I wanted to go on the side of the bench. Once I had the design drawn, I cut it out with a jigsaw and ended everything. Then I went back to the table saw and I cut my top and my bottom finish see. I made sure they were the exact same width, just as I did with the side panels once they were cut.
Then it was time to attach the top piece after I rip this piece on the table saw I cut it down to sizes in the miter saw to make sure it was sanded release. Once with these was sanded hydro pocket holes in both ends and along the bottom side of, I attached using froggy holes and screws from the back side making sure everything is really flush, and it was time to cut yours. I couldn't bear even then the long piece of plywood that I cut off the very beginning. Once I had the room cut, I cut everything down decides to use a miter saw and then I attach the floor pieces. They say pocket holes in screws.
I drove pocket holes into both ends of the top and the bottom bench. I attached the two side panels by screwing in the bottom. In the top inch seat, I used pocket hole, screws to screw the bottom of inch seat in first and then the top, and then I flip it over and attach the exact same way to the other side. Once these pieces were attached to the excellent, a divider in that I'd already hell, you can attach it, you can pop a hoers.
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