Entry way bench/shoe rack buid along(in progress)
#21
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stay between the lines-


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#22
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you can saw and chop


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#23
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or saw and cheat.....


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#24
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either way a chisel or 6 to finish the proces


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#25
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bevel the back of the half blind and use soft pencil to find the binding spots


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#26
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Work it a little more and then it goes together.

I did better the first time. I messed up transferring a line on the far left of tail. Fortunately it's going to be hidden in the back against the cabinet


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#27
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Looks great.
I'll be watching.
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#28
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a tailed creature stopped by and put some floating tenons in my bench


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#29
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The I did layout for the rebates to accept the back panels and floor panels. The majority was removed with a dado stack.


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#30
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Then I deepend the layout lines first with a knife and then a chisel. Then chop and pair.

Tapping with the smaller mallet so I am less likely to blow out


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