Dutch Tool Chest

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Blog series by Mosquito updated 03-09-2015 04:29 PM 4 parts 8981 reads 63 comments total

Part 1: Main Frame Stock Prep

12-09-2014 09:42 PM by Mosquito | 17 comments » In this series, I’ll be sharing my building of a Dutch style tool chest. I’m more or less building it as described by Christopher Schwarz, in terms of dimensions. This is just the first video, as a quick starter. I hope to have the second video in short order.

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Part 2: Main Carcass Assembly

01-03-2015 08:20 PM by Mosquito | 15 comments » In this one, I dovetailed the two sides and the bottom piece together. I also cut the dados in the side pieces for the upper shelf.  ————————————————————————— I don’t have any pictures of the dovetails in progress, but they’re just your standard through dovet...

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Part 3: Front and Back Panels

02-22-2015 04:54 PM by Mosquito | 17 comments »

In this entry, I’ve made a beveled edge front for the tool chest, and made the tongue and groove boards for the back panel. View on YouTube After I matched the angle to the front of the chest, I planed off the edge of the front board. This will allow the lid to sit flush all the way around.     I used my #45 to cut tongue and groove boards for the back of the chest.   The bottom board, I secured in place with two screws on the bottom of both ...

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Part 4: Hinges and Lid

03-09-2015 04:29 PM by Mosquito | 14 comments »

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