Transfer the pattern enlargements onto poster board, and use a pair of scissors to cut out the patterns. Use a radial arm saw and a table saw to cut lumber to proper lengths and widths respectively. Finish sand all parts with an orbital sander and 220 grit sandpaper after the assembly procedure. Place a small amount of wood glue on the tenon or each slat (E) and fit the slats into the top and bottom rails (B) & (C). Position the magazine rack up side down and connect the bottom (D) to each bottom rail (C) by boring two holes into each rail, 2" in from each side. If stain is desired, apply with a brush and allow to penetrate for approximately 10 minutes, and then remove with a clean rag. If paint is desired instead of a stain and clear finish, match the color of the wood dough to the wood color.
This wood storage chest is made of solid oak, is easy to make, and is a convenient way to store houseware items where space is limited. Transfer the pattern enlargement onto poster board, and use a pair of scissors to cut out the pattern. Use a radial arm saw and a table saw to cut lumber to proper sizes shown on the materials list.
To get the lumber width needed, you will need to dowel two boards together for each piece (A), (B), (C), & (D).


For the lid (A) place two boards edge to edge and with a framing square and a pencil draw two lines, 3" from each end. Adjust the table saw blade to 45 degrees and cut miter joints on the left and right edges of the front (B), back (C), and sides (D).
Glue the four caster supports (H) into place, flush with the bottom of the assembly, and use hand screw clamps to hold them in place.
Use a wooden mallet to pound the caster retaining rings (K) into bottom of each caster support (H). Place wood glue on the braces (F) and (G) and use a nail gun with 1" nails to secure the in place. Using the wood screws that come with the butt hinges (L), screw the hinges onto the back (C). Attach the safety lid (friction type) support (M) with flathead screws provided in the package. If stain is desired, apply with a brush and allow to dry penetrate for 5-10 minutes, then remove with a clean rag.
If additional clear coats are desired, be sure to allow the finish to dry properly, then lightly hand sand with 220 grit sandpaper between coats.
Trace the pattern enlargements onto poster board or Mylar, and use a pair of scissors to cut out the patterns. A CNC Milling Machine could be used to recess the shape described above, if one is available.


A spindle sander with a small diameter spindle could be used to sand the cut out edges below the letters. After the wood dough is dry, hand sand the patched areas flush with 220 grit sandpaper.
If stain is desired, apply with a brush and allow it to penetrate for 5-10 minutes and then remove it with a clean rag.
This wooden rack is stylish and functional, and provides and attractive place to store your monthly magazines and other publications until you find time to read them. This can be accomplished by measuring the print out and dividing that size into the dimension size of the drawing.
No matter where it is placed, this beautiful wood magazine rack is the perfect way to be organized and help eliminate clutter around your home. The design and beauty of the chest will compliment other furniture items wherever it is placed.



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    24.04.2015

  2. aftos

    Jig Saw, Hand Drill or Router machine utility, you shouldn't.

    24.04.2015

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