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My daughter is an elementary school teacher, and she recently found a bookcase in a store that would be perfect for her classroom. Unfortunately, it cost around $400, ...
For the inside part of the bookcase, you will need to rip the 1/4 inch plywood to provide 8 7"x30" panels, and 2 5"x30" panels. Basically you are ...
The sides of the bookcase are cut from the 1/2" plywood. I used birch veneered plywood since I planned on using a natural finish on them. The dimensions ...
Next, place the inner pieces back-to-back, and temporarily brace them together from the inside (the interior bracing can be seen in the next step). Add some cleats to ...
Sand and paint the interior components. Then, sand and apply the polyurathane to the sides. For all the pieces, I applied one coat, then lightly sanded it after ...
Once the finish has cured, simply re-screw the sides back to the interior components and you're just about done. My final step was to mount four small casters ...
The photo is from the reading center in my daughter's classroom. Although there was quite a bit of cutting and assembly involved, it is not a difficult project ...
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