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Greene & Greene Thorsen Sideboard #8: Carcass Assembly

03-17-2020 10:02 PM by TungOil | 2 comments »

With all of the carcass components cut and sanded, I begin assembly of the case components. I do the glue-up in stages, working on sub-assemblies of the carcass one at a time. First I glue up each pair of front and back legs with the associated rails and panels. Once those four sub-assemblies are completed, I glue up the center (drawer) section, then finally add the outer (door) sections to complete the carcass. Before I begin the glue-up of the leg sub-assemblies, I cut the holes for the shelf pins in the side panels. A Rockler shelf pin jig makes quick work of drilling the holes in the panels. I also cut the mortises for the knife hinges before assembly. To assure I get...

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