Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018. by Imelda Zamora in Floating Shelves.
Floating shelves entertainment unit that I made for a family. It's a large Commission job, but I don't want to get the film links, but because it was for family, I could now. I haven't been able to capture everything so excuse the roughness and chopping and changing us of it all, but sit back and enjoy be more photos in the end and here are some of the builders. So this is a bench top.
The other half of this job is a bunch of really big floating shelves loading shelves and made from an product. It's a lightweight hardwood core. This stuff's almost like balsa, it's got kind of poplar and it's got a three-millimeter PDF layer comes in a big sheet. Three-meter by 1200 sheet now just cut out the walls that I've wanted and lined all the visible places, and these are gonna go off to the shop forum polyurethane.
We're fixing it to the wall by drilling through and fitting. Some shredded bar m16 rod into there, which is gonna, be chem set into the vessel blocker about that. Much of it, which keeps it and about a cup, of coffee, first, okay, coffee in hand and we're ready to go what you're seeing we do here is create the pocket holes in the carcasses. I'm just making the boxes that go on the wall and the ones are going on the floor, using a combination of pocket, screws, and dominoes.
What I'm doing here is I'm sitting in middle shirts, I'm using the Domino with a spacer block and then the table, and if you get this just right you will get a dead center. So here's me explaining to you in super fast forward and I'm gonna use my laser and check how I did let's see oh right, yeah back to it.
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