Classic American Furniture 20 Elegant Shaker and Arts & by Christopher Schwarz
By Christopher Schwarz
Projects you will be proud to build!
If you benefit from the pride of creating appealing furnishings, you can be proud of the tasks during this booklet. Classic American Furniture deals 20 beautiful pieces--all customized by means of Christopher Schwarz and the editors of Woodworking Magazine. each venture has been completely deliberate so it not just appears solid, yet it is uncomplicated to construct. you are going to additionally find:
- Simple hand-tool concepts you should use to create a handmade look.
- Skill-building recommendation that might make you a greater woodworker overall.
- Special completing techniques.
persist with the recommendation during this booklet and you will have the abilities and self belief to create attractive furnishings each time.
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Well, it’s easy to make because it requires a minimal amount of setup time regardless of the method you choose to cut the joint. It’s usually cut with a router in a table or on the table saw using a stack dado set. The ease of setup is because the same groove that’s cut to receive the panel doubles as the groove for the stub tenon. Plus, the same cutter that makes the groove can be used to form the tenon after an easy adjustment, which I’ll tell you about later. Other advantages of the stub-tenon joint include the ability – make that the requirement – to make either flat or raised frame-and-panel doors, and the relatively low cost and multipurpose use of the tooling required.
But take care that the plywood you choose has truly square corners. If it is out of square, you will likely make your tenon cuts out of square, which will cause your door to become out of square when glued together. A handle for the back-up block, as seen in the top photo on page 38 ■ Cabinets Every step of making stub-tenon doors requires square cuts, whether on the table saw or router. Bearing Fence Cutter Workpiece Fence Bearing Set the router fence using a straightedge. The fence face should align with the front of the bearing.
Fitting the Door Now you can trim the door square and decide how thick the cockbead moulding needs to be to fill the gap between the face frame and door. This is another place you have some built-in forgiveness for errors. If you made your door correctly, it should be 3 ⁄8" smaller than the hole in the face frame, which means you need 3 ⁄16"-thick cockbeading for the face frame. Make the cockbeading with a beading plane or router on a wide board, then rip the resulting bead free of the mother piece.