Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018. by Christie Simpson in Floating Shelves.
I laid them out all in order with my face up now. The next step we're doing is really exciting because I love this technique. It really allows you to build anything. You want pretty much with miters fastener free and that's exactly what's happening here, we're applying tape over the center of our joints and then additional tape to each side off the tape that we already put on overlapping in half way and once we got that done, we're actually, also using some tape in a cross way to enforce more pressure and pulling in between the joints when we fold the table before we glue it up.
Well, certainly, I believe the best way to flip this piece is just by pushing it to the edge and then start to fold it without the tape coming off and then put it back on the table unfold it and then you're ready for putting some glue in And fold it back together and clamp everything I'm using some tape just to help me hold the pieces kind of fold it together until I get my clamps in place that really helps a lot.
I'm so amazed how you can use now clamps and put them in multiple directions to your piece and with that, you can adjust the pressure on the clamps until your miter connections are perfectly tight together. So there is no visible joint at all. Can someone have too many clamps hi? I don't think so. So, let's give this 20 minutes some till. Then we can start cutting the inner drawer parts and then we'll come back to this beauty. I'm using 5/8 melamine are sixteen-millimeter melamine for my inner door, components.
Well, here you can see another cool technique working with tape. Simply when you apply the tape to your piece leather overhang by a little bit, then flip it upside down and use a knife to cut off the axis very easy, and it's gonna be perfectly flush all the time. Now, with my piece protected, I grab some contact spray cement and apply that to the edge and to the piece itself, and once it was dried to touch, I applied to tape just trying to keep it centered. Now I'm using a very sharp chisel and a very sharp blade to cut up the overhang of the edging on my piece
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