Published at Friday, November 30th 2018. by Angela Dalton in End Table.
Making a coffee table around a coffee table and I thought I might as well show you how I make it. I found some wood in a dumpster, so this is what it looks like it's like some old beans or Joyce out of a house before you join on the board together. Go try and get this as straight as possible for some of these were up and down you want to choose which side looks better to put the best side up, see ya, hang on to see other students flap. It is a gap there. It means that there isn't square, isn't ninety degrees. So basically you want to UM slip one up and take one end up an edge off more than the other. He gets left 90 degrees laid out. I'm about going to start biscuit joining them together. Also put a few marks, I used to measure out the marks or equal, but you know you can't see the biscuits inside so I just place them on about 200 mils to 300 mils so that, like 12-inch and because this is so fat, I'm going to put Two rows of biscuits, so it's a bit extra strength when you're, making a round coffee table you've got a biscuit joint together. I see the copy it's round like that, so you don't want to you've, got to make sure you strategically put your biscuit II, I'm just going to mark the radius I found set up about rough square. Tell me broth! So that's the biscuits are about 50 ml 1/2 inch.
So make sure you come in two weeks from each end, say: 100 unreal 4-inch profit, I can get orange and then there's my kid you into ones out to space them out evenly based on it up. 10 inch 200 mil I'm using size 20 biscuits, I think, they're the biggest. You can get they're the most common biggest one. So it's just cheap. I have to spend a lot of money. It's going to get a lot of glue in there. Just make sure you set your depth, so the biscuit is basically so two feet of timber is divided into three evenly. You don't have to measure it. You can. I trust you and blow out all the dust make nice and clean. You want to blow it all. This stuff can Bart with you love your mouth. If you don't bother, let's say forever and you might get puffed out next thing you want to do is get your clamps out and just set them up so they're ready to sit on so you're, not wasting any time fiddling around once the glue is all dripping Everywhere one doesn't make it does this one chance to modify it so because, because your mop, we marked our radius to roughly put the biscuit. You know what some offcut and what's good, so basically, here's the radius and all this.
This is all this off card waste. That's why I can afford to chop a piece out either end make it a bit skinnier to fit my smaller clamps, and hopefully, you just got longer clamps, and you don't have to worry about this. I'm really unprepared, for this left a lot of my arm tools that work. So that's why I'm a bit limited a bit more improvising. I try to wake up when I'm doing any gluing or painting because I just I just get it all over myself. It's always got a water bottle line up back the problem, the top with the screw. Everyone Kaylee has to clear up one side like that, because even that the quiz goes everywhere, edit out more blue than not enough it will. We can fill it up right, which are gonna provide as much as possible because that way the glue stays in there. So it's a bit of a race against time. I'm running out a lot. Next to it, just throwing some sawdust out to soak up all the glue, it's dribbling everywhere when clamping this you go one on top one. On the bottom, if you put them all on one side, it'll go to her, so you want each clamp to pull it. Try and flatten I'm poor flat, and then you are I'll. Show you off, but you go over with a straight edge. You get your hands, aren't wet bad. It will help clean up the glue it's a lot of these, so my straight edge is at work as well. This is the straightest thing up in fines. It's got a factory edge, can't get it by just I'm doing one and tightening up the other. You can't he's like wedges orbits of timber. Scrap it to wood now weigh wedges the timber down only rough playing this to get a fairly flat for this portion, but I've got a cross plane and, let's take it flat, a table is all ready to cut.
I planed it pretty flat and now I'm ready to map the radius use the piece that we marked before and I'm going to cut round by using a circular saw and other ways you can cut it and cut it with a router-router on a big swing. An arm like this, I'm doing it this way see how the edges are a day. That's because circular saws only cut straight, so you have to hit them with an electric planer and then touch it up with a belt sander, but my electric planners at work. So it's gonna hit him with a belt. Sander might take me a little bit longer. That's why it helps when you have everything prepared but got yet you pretty smooth now you'd, never you'd, never be able to tell that. I cut it with a circular saw you can see here. This is why you want the pieces to be 90 degrees, so you get those joins nice and tight. It's nice and tight yeah if they're, not 90 degrees, I'll, have a gap there or get down the bottom. You have to fill it with something and then that'll make it look like a big gap along the top as well, so the square of the better I'll just blow these out. Now, I'm going to fill them with a bit of resin and then she's the tops. Basically done I'm going to fill up my holes that are destroyed to screw the base to the top. With these little plugs, I've got a little dowel to make up the draught the size of this, and it makes it a bit easier to fill the holes rather than just filling up with putty, and it makes it look more seamless skating the table. All around gather talk about three coats of um well gave it to two coats of the stained polyurethane and then one coat of just clear for extra durability, and now I'm going to do a bit of waxing one coat of wax furniture wax give that squeaky.
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