Base Frame Tenons, Dry Test Assemble
Pegs and Paint

Shaker Workbench - Base Joinery, Panels, Dry Assembly

Continuing on the base for the Shaker workbench...

 

Stopped-  and through-groove joinery on the legs, stretchers, mullions:

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Stoppedgroovesontablesaw

Making the 15 soft maple panels (with tongue and groove joinery) that will wrap around the sides and back of the base:

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20200707_112141

Using the router table to cut decorative beads on the edges of the panels:

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20200710_112946

Doing some dry test assembly and making some fine adjustments to make sure the pieces will easily fit together when we do the actual glue-up:

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20200710_115323

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20200710_141113
20200710_141113

Next up:

Surface prep, milk-painting the panels, and the big base assembly!

 

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