Picture Ledge Shelf
Vintage-Looking Wooden Riser
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The shimming is used to keep the piece level and to keep it from moving around while flattening
I like the idea of the brushes. Rails I think are the way to go. If it redesign it, it will definitely have rails. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
I modified it half way through so it would be more accurate. Good eye!
Yes, it's a pretty big table. Check out the corresponding blog post for dimensions and the exact tools I used!
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If you could have them meet in the middle, just buy two sets of the hanging brackets and build your doors accordingly
Wow this would be super interesting to see! Let me know if you do it!
If the piece doesn’t sit flat (wobbles a bit) then it will move when you are flattening it. It needs to be sturdy and not move for a good outcome
Yes, that was the first design. I changed it to make it easier to level. It was just the only picture I had to show the shimming.
Yes, if i ever make a new one - it will have a design like that!
As long as there isn't a bow in the plexiglass from the weight of the router, it should work fine!
You’re very welcome!
Awesome! Can't wait to hear how it turns out.
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Good tip 👍🏻
Wow, 7 is a lot - I’m sure it turned out great. I used my kreg to make every layer of the base to attach together to add stability. I guess I don’t have a picture of that process.And yes, I love the brad nailer - I use it ALL the time
Yes I lucked out. Made it so simple!
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