Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018. by Jeanette Wright in Kitchen Table.
This is going to be the top now, just both it both ends the same way. I know this is pretty squared and I'll use. My square here to square fits in to make sure it looks pretty good. The nice thing I'm going to do is I'm going to come down through here and mark every eight inches on both boards. This is for the biscuits for the biscuit joiner. Now that I've marked the first one, I will go ahead and transfer these marks across all the doors and I'm just drawing a straight line.
All the way across simply going ahead and cutting the biscuit slots for the biscuits with my biscuit joiner, really not a lot to this just over and over again. Now that the biscuit slots are all cut, we're going to go ahead and glue. I put glue on both sides of each board and then added a little bit of glue into each inside of the biscuit, so we could get a little bit better coverage. Hopefully, it will hold the table together better now just drop home the board. This is pretty simple, just going to be doing this over and over again until I get to the very top of that roller came in handy for this project, along with the glue but now the last one finally got this table dug this table top done.
Ameen now just time to clamp it up and let the glue dry now that we have the top and clamps we're going to move from the top down to the legs. We're going to go ahead and biscuit, join the legs together and get these in clamps. So they're my three by three legs to start gluing up like I said these legs are three inches by three inches and I wanted to add the biscuits to add a little bit of extra support and a little bit more strength once gluing once the glue dries I'll go back on the table, saw and cut these the final width, which will be, like, I said three inches by three inches.
This first leg I glued up by itself, but then, after this, in order to conserve clamps I'll glue it up the next three all together at one time, you'll see what I mean here in just a minute, one down and three to go: lots and lots of Glue, don't forget those biscuits, and now I'm going to glue all three them together right here now I just went to the table, saw and cut all the rest of the pieces to their final width. They're already cut to their final length on the miter saw.
Did that off-camera, but now I'm just cutting these to the final width and square them up on the table, saw the final width for all my pieces, except for the two runners underneath is three inches wide now it's time to get everything out of the clamps, so I'll start taking the clamps off the top and then, of course, the legs next thing I'm going to do is run these legs through on each side to clear off the glue and anything, it's else that's on there.
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