Published at Friday, November 30th 2018. by Jeanette Wright in Kitchen Table.
The docket, is going to be a circular top pedal so based kitchen table, and this is going to be a two-part series and the first week is going to be about making the pedestal base, and this base is made up Of construction grade pine - that's just laminated together to create the sides lumber, we need to shape all the pieces. So this consists of three pieces, which is the arms for the top, which is what will support them then the actual pedestal fees which are carved and then the thief, which is two pieces that are the first part of this process.
For me is I make the paper template for all the parts that I'm going to cut out now, since the beads, the customer sent me a picture that these they wanted and it's not circular, it's it's more square, so you can't turn it on a lathe or Anything like that, so all of these pieces are going to be laminated and then shaped so I made this will support the tabletop, the upper arms and that's just going to be straight pieces of lumber, and then I drew up a base by making a center line folding. It and copying each side like that we are and then, where I got my length through my profile, folded it and then trace.
I also mark how much space will sink into the before I start, cutting all my pieces and start laminating it together first pieces. I'm going to cut are going to be the pieces for the base, and that's just because I don't have to rip the boards I'm going to use them at the size they are, and I could just cut them on the radial arm, saw and glue them together. So I'm going to be cutting those this face is going to be 27 inches, I'm going to cut it a little longer and I'm cutting that from two by twelves by tens, and I got two of those, so I'm gonna I'm looking to end up with At least eight pieces to get my thickness so with my staff all cut, I ended up with 8 pieces and those were actually 2 by 12 by 12 extra, and these are about 11 inches.
I slowed to use 8 now since this can't be turned on a lathe, and it won't matter because I don't have a lathe big enough for it. Anyways, once everything's moved together, I'm not employed various methods of carving to get this kind of a squarish fold, a shape that goes on the bottom but to make life easier and not to have to remove so much material. I just squared off parts of my pattern and before I do together with my stack, I'm gonna go through and take all of these squares out, so we'll have my rough with and then I'll just have to shape this at the end.
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