Published at Monday, 27 August 2018. Floating Shelves. By Jami Gallagher.
So we have five of these in one direction and three and the other. So, rather than show you every piece that cut I'll just show you a couple of them to save some time. So here are my original plans when I created the thoughts of building this floating shelf, so that I drew this green as the inside part that is screwed to the wall and said I'll build a little inside frame here, one in the center and another box over here and then the pink part was the outside skeleton that is covered in plywood, and I would have these as supports in here.
So I designed each of the connecting between the outside shell inside be connected with half-laps going into here, and then the green part bolted to the wall would have half laps on supporting the pink skeleton and the inside.
Here I am ripping a 2x4 into several strips everything to be one-inch square, so we can build the inside of our support brackets. So from one line of two-by-six, I get for one-inch square rails, two by six right there, six foot long. So I'm now ripping the strips that I have that are 1x1 square into seven-inch pieces because the depth of my shelf is going to be eight inches and I having a half lap for that one inch for a total of eight inches. Now I'm cutting the inside of pieces for the half lap that will go for the overlap for the pieces and the inside frame.
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