Published at Friday, 13 April 2018. Bookcases. By Charlotte Martinez.
The next thing you require after all the pins are in place is a flexible piece of wood which should be about 4mm thick. You will then hold it along the pins to make a curve. Tracing a line while holding in place will give shape to the bookcase. Using a jigsaw, cut a long the line. Cut out five shelves as well as this is so that they can fit into the cut out plywood. To match the curves of the bookcase, you will be required to plane the edges. The next thing will involve drilling in−cunjunction with screwing each shelf into position with, this is onto the back of the bookcase.
The next task will be to join the dots. According to their changing lengths, mark the center of each shelf. You will then hammer panel pins also this will be done at the ends of each shelf. At the tip of the boat, you will hammer two more panel pins, which will give you the preferred shape of your boat bookcase. Following this process carefully will see you create your desired bookcase.
You will then need a stem from timber, then plane the top edges of the stem. This is so that the plywood strips can be create into a visual curve. Finally, you can sand the edges together with what will top it is a coat of varnish which will provide that final touch.
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