Published at Sunday, 02 September 2018. Storage Bench. By Glenna Silva.
I then used a 3/4 inch spacer block to space this off cut 3/4 of an inch the data stack and, with the spacing correct, I screwed the fence to the miter gauge and was ready to go now. If you don't have access to a table saw, you could do all of this with a circular saw and a speed square as well. So the way these jig works is as follows you make a cut with the piece pushed up against the stop block. Once this cut has been made, you slide the work piece over putting the data you just cut onto the block, and this sets the work pieces position to exactly 3/4 of an inch from the blade.
So you just make another pass, then remove the work piece over again and repeat this until you have enough data for the number of slats, your bench top has 11. In my case, also, as you can see, I have all the cross members taped together, so they can all be cut. At the same time, once all the data is were cut, I cut the cross members to their final length, 15 and 3/4 of an inch in my case at the miter saw with the cross members cut.
I built three of these benches in total. So that's why you see me gluing up so many pieces here. What the pieces cut the size. It was time to cut the data hose into the pieces. To do this, I made a little jig using a scrap piece of plywood. I set up my dado stack to be the exact width of the slats 3/4 of an inch in my case and then set the height to exactly half of the height of this flat, which is also 3/4 of an inch once this was set. I cut one path into the temporary fence and then added a small off cut from the slats to this. Opening. This off cut will serve as a stop block on the jig.
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