Lowboy Build #5: gluing up the side panels

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Blog entry by JeremyPringle posted 02-16-2015 01:52 AM 4357 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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Since getting the planes tuned up and working properly, I have been alternating between flattening the side panels and dimensioning the legs. Today I finally glued up the side panels.

I used winding sticks and a straight edge to flatten the backside of the boards (inside surface) and then squared the matting edges..

With the one board sitting on top of the other, I checked to make sure the seams looked perfect..


Next step..

Um.. Yeah… If you could just heat up the hide glue.. that’d be great…

All done.

I was also able to secure the piece for the back of the case. I was willing to do a panel glue up of the secondary wood.. but this piece of maple just fell into my lap.. so I guess I will use it.

Yup.. 15” wide.

Of course I am never content with just one project at a time.. and right now parallel to the lowboy, I am currently playing with some intense alcohol dyes in preparation for a potential guitar build.

I love, this colour pattern, and am thinking of making a box with this finish.

Last.. I have been writing some content for Tom Fidgen's free site concerning the Spice Cabinet build that I did about 2 years ago.. its new stuff and not exactly what has been posted here. There will be new stuff posted every Friday morning on Tom’s site. So please check it out.

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#1 posted 02-16-2015 02:12 AM

Just fantastic Jeremy. I’ve been on the guitar build, want to do mode for some time. Perhaps you will move me forward.

-- Dr. Ken, Florida - Durch harte arbeit werden Träume wahr.

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