Published at Monday, November 12th 2018. by Cherry Marsh in End Table.
Modern side table. The side table is made out of solid walnut, as I had this huge 4x4 walnut beam, just waiting to become a piece of furniture, but I'll have plans available for the build with a cut list using standard 3/4 inch stock readily available at your home center or Lumber store check the link below in the description for details, I cut the beam into three pieces. Then I flatten one side of each of the pieces on the jointer. Then I rotated the beam 90 degrees and flatten the adjoining face to give me two flat reference surfaces.
I took the beams over to the bandsaw and I use the flat surfaces against the fence and the table to resaw the 4x4 into four rough 1 by fours, and the best thing about this is that these four boards will now match perfectly in color and grain. You could also do this with a planer, but you're gonna lose a little bit more material. I ripped the boards to width and then I cut them to length and I was ready for the first glue ups.
The box of the side table has a continuous minor joint connecting the top and sides. I glued the boards to make these pieces in one large glue up using only glue and clamps. Then I did a smaller glue up that will become the bottom of the box. After the glue was dry. I used a card scraper to get off the dry glue that squeezed out onto the surface during the clamping,
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