Published at Monday, 05 November 2018. End Table. By Erin Mendoza.
And then, if you have any splinters in your in your wood, when you cut it or shaving, take that down, there are just a few slight ones on there. But this side looks better said we'll put down facing. It will put glue one on the legs and then a little bit on each one line it up. Let's generate one man, you know how to be exact, but you're not going to see it. When you try to do everybody, get it as close to exact as you can, I know just let it dry and then it will look like this.
They have to make it narrower on one both sides, so the legs don't extend out that their top if you're using these measurements because if you glue the legs on there as it stands like this, the legs would stick out past there. So you have to make it both sigh smaller to this dimension. You can leave it one to mention this way, but these two dimensions have to be strong. Okay, so now we're going to glue the other two legs on exactly the same way, So now you want to turn on this side and make sure it's like that, even and then press each one down so that it's flat with the surface.
Miniature end table and coffee table. So after you've got the template, go ahead and cut out all your pieces and then we're going to go ahead and start putting it together and show you how it goes together. All right. Firstly, well put glue in the corner of the bottom shelf. Just a little dots all you need, then we take this. I got ta glue, groove on both sides of the leg, and I put that on there and then tap it nice and tight to fit nice and tight when you get okay.
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