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This modular bookcase was designed and constructed by Jens Sehm of As You Like it Fine Furniture and Custom Woodwork in Ashland, Oregon. Jen’s gave me permission to ...
This is the project plan for the modular shelf unit. You can alter the design by changing the shelf sizes and the overall configuration. All the boards are 1” ...
Start with rough sawn boards 1 ¼” thick and 6” to 8” wide. You will need two boards that are at least 6’ long for the longest horizontal ...
Cut the milled boards to length and width. The vertical boards are cut to 11” width. The horizontal shelves are 11 ½” wide. The length of the vertical ...
The placement of the mortises on both the vertical and horizontal parts must be accurate or the unit will not be square. There are three mortises used to ...
Accurate placement of the mortises on the horizontal shelves is best achieved with a series of spacers. These spacers are made from plywood cut to the width of ...
Assemble and clamp the modules to ensure that they fit tightly. Make adjustments as necessary.
The horizontal shelves have a chamfered edge. Mark the edges of the boards that will be chamfered to ensure that you profile the correct edge. The bottom of ...
There are two bases for this wall unit. One base supports the three level section. The other supports the two level section. The bases are made from 2 ...
There are several finishes that can be applied to this project. A wipe-on polyurethane provides the best protection and is easy to apply. It is best to apply ...
This is a PDF of the step-by-step construction process for the modular bookshelf.
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