Published at Friday, November 16th 2018. by Dolly Clarke in Kitchen Table.
These benches to go under my new kitchen table studio, epic. So, unless you're new to my videos, you know that one thing I'm really big on doing is trimming off these edges of the board time. We used the way I'm turning these boards. After I cut it is the cut edge is going down, so it will go in the same motion all the way. Through there you see the cutters went down, and now we cut the next side and then we will set down to the side putting the cutters down again.
Now you will see following the same pattern of the cut side goes down. I will cut the two sides that have not been cut yet I will repeat this for all the legs and I think I ended up repeating this step. Two more times, I'm not going to show you all these cuts, but you get the point now. He will repeat the same steps with the top part of the bench I'll be trimming off each side twice with the final cut of the four going to final dimension. This is the same thing I did on the table, as you may remember, and this is the final cut that will get us down to our final dimensions.
I believe these are wrought at around five inches wide. Using this built-in stop block, I will now cut all the legs to the final emissions. Eight simple cuts. I will now cut all the rails for the bottom of the bench to link. This is what the legs of tie into these first two cuts are the long rails, and these next four will be the short rails. The goal will go on the end of each of the benches. Now I have my rails, the sides, and the ends. I have all my legs and I have my six boards for the top of the bench to sit on.
I'm not gonna show you all the pocket. Holes are drilled, but here's just a couple of them that I did you. This is actually a pretty simple and easy glue up and screws up. I'm gonna put glue on the ends at each of these in rails and then I'm just going to screw it to the legs. As you see, as I finished up a second in here now, what I'm gonna do is move this to the side and I'm gonna lay both of my bark excuse me, my pipe clamps out and then I'm gonna set the ends back in there And go ahead and get ready to clamp it together to screw in the side rails, very simple glue up, especially with these pipe clamps made it very easy.
I put it the link that needed to be, and I was able to knock these out pretty quickly. I did these steps for both bench bottoms here, but you're not gonna see, but one of them I didn't really see a point in showing both of them since they're pretty much exactly the same. I didn't have hardly any trouble doing this after I applied the glue. This is a pretty simple glue up. Just put it in the clamps. Add your coals to keep it from damaging the ends, and then we want to add lots of clamps to it.
I've been thinking about it for a day or so, and I just I'm gonna put some braces on these legs and then I'll help strengthen them up. I've got ones marked go. I repeated these steps for all four ends for the braces. I clamped some scrap boards across the ends of these. Here you can see this is the help hold the brace in place and talking securely glue and screws. The first thing I'm going to do, of course, adds some glue. Now that I got it clamped up. A little bit, I'm gonna put the screws in two screws per location.
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