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By J. Boyner

ISBN-10: 0852428626

ISBN-13: 9780852428627

The thoughts of depositing a skinny steel layer on an item for adornment, corrosion defense, electric conductivity, put on resistance and so forth were identified for a few years yet were constructed and more suitable to a notable quantity within the moment half this century. This publication units our to debate the foundations and perform of these kinds of plating such a lot fitted to the novice and small workshop, utilizing really easy and cheap gear to supply effects nearly undetectable from paintings performed through significant plating issues.

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Drill a ⅛" pilot hole through both legs at each mark. Unclamp the legs, flip them both outside-face up, and countersink the holes on the outside faces to a maximum depth of 5⁄16", using a pilot-countersink bit. Drive drywall screws through the outside faces of the legs, turning them just until the tips emerge through the other side about 1⁄16". Remove the shelves from the post. Position the top shelf against its reference line so the screw tips mark each of the shelf’s 10" edges along its center.

Cut the desktop to the desired size from your plywood stock, using a circular saw and straightedge guide to ensure clean, straight cuts. If necessary, sand the cut edges smooth and flat with coarse sandpaper and a sanding block. 2. Mill the pencil groove. The desktop gets a 14"-long, ¼"-deep groove for storing pencils, pens, X-Acto knives, et cetera. This is an optional feature, but it’s highly recommended for anyone who will use the desk for writing or crafts — the pitch and frequent movement of a lap desk means pens and other tools are constantly sliding and rolling away.

C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (E) (A) (E) Exploded View Note: Given the number of cuts (many of which are mitered) and the accuracy required, it’s pretty much essential to use a power miter saw for all of the crosscuts. If you don’t have access to a miter saw, you can rent one at any home center or rental outlet. 1. Rip the plywood strips. If you’re building the table as shown, you will cut pieces A, C, and D from plywood and pieces B and E from solid 1 x 2 stock; see the exploded-view drawing above and the cutting diagram on the opposite page.

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