Published at Sunday, September 23rd 2018. by Gilda Marquez in Patio Table.
I secured one side and then put the cooler into position. I butted up to the piece and drew a reference mark on the boards. Then I screwed the rest of the frame together with pocket screws. Next, I cut the boards to size for the legs. The legs are 38 and a quarter inches long for a total height of 39 inches when the top is added. Each leg is made from one full size, one by four and one rip down to two and three quarters. This will give the leg the same width when viewed from the front or the side. I use pocket holes, glue and clamps to assemble the legs.
The pocket holes were drilled only where the wood would be covered by the body of the cart or the lower shelf. In the open space between the holes, I use clamps to hold the legs tight while the glue drop. Next, I cut the boards for the front back and sides of the car the front and back each need for long cladding boards at forty-four and a half inches. The sides are cut at sixteen and a half inches long and also needed for boards per side.
I wanted to add a little detail to the body of the cart, so I used a chamber bit my trim router and put a 1/16 inch 45-degree chamber on the edge of all the fighting modes. When assembled together, they'll have a nice bead board look, and this will also help hide the gaps from the board's, expand and contract with humidity.
After the glue is dry on the legs, I took them out of the clamps and laid out the pieces to assemble the sides. I put glue on the legs and tack the side cladding in place with a brad nailed. Then I came back and per-drilled and screwed the pieces together with one and a quarter inch screws. I joined the sides together with the front and the back cladding.
I use the same method as I did on the sides glue tack with brad nails, per-drill and secure with one in the quarter inch screws to prepare for attaching the top later I used a combination of pocket holes in please I put pocket holes in the cooler cavity where they wouldn't be seen and I use three cleats in the storage bay, the cleats are 3/4 by 3/4 and were per-drilled before insole I'll have to space on each corner of the storage Bay, where the tabs to hold the lid will go after attaching the cleats for the top I installed cleats for the wall that separates the cooler in the storage bay.
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