Greene and Greene tool chest. #6: Skirting

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Blog entry by lateralus819 posted 07-14-2015 02:03 AM 1945 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Time for some skirting. I had two rounds of this. The first skirting I didn’t like the grain not to mention I messed the fitment up a little bit. I’m too anal with some details. I try for perfection as much as I can :/. Ah well! It’s all a learning process.

I used my 90 degree guide with a magnet to cut the joints. Works like a charm. Chisel out the waste. It was tedious getting them exactly right so they had no gaps.

I did end up with a gap at the back where the back skirt is glued to the back of the chest. Oh well. Lesson learned.

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#1 posted 07-14-2015 12:48 PM

Looking very good! Gaps? Meh, not too much, and glue will fill. :-)

-- Don't anthropomorphize your handplanes. They hate it when you do that. - OldTools Archive -

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#2 posted 07-14-2015 01:05 PM

This is really looking good. It is a beauty, very practical, and will wonderful in your shop.

helluvawreck aka Charles

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#3 posted 07-14-2015 07:50 PM

Thanks Gents!

Smitty- I’m getting better with what I allow as far as “Mess-ups” I don’t want to get too carried away but I’m starting to let the small things go :).

It’s all fun and I’ve learned a lot.

I’m going to use this for my joinery tools hopefully. Probably be a tool chest 2.0 later.

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