By Robert W. Lang
Construct real Arts & Crafts furnishings with grasp woodworker Bob Lang!
Beautiful fumed oak. wealthy cherry wooden. Ebony accents. those are the hallmarks of the best Arts & Crafts furnishings. And theyre positive factors youll locate within the 14 based woodworking tasks during this book.
Author Bob Lang, popular for his meticulously designated store drawings of Arts & Crafts furnishings, exhibits you ways to move past drawings to create undying designs within the type of Gustav Stickley, Greene & Greene and extra. From a machine bookrack to corridor tables, effortless chairs and past, youll locate initiatives for almost each room at your residence. And Bob has supplied thorough, step by step directions, transparent illustrations and high quality photos that will help you construct each.
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It was time for something nicer. This design is an adaptation of early 20th-century Gustav Stickley bookcases. I wanted to use nice wood, and show off a bit with the joinery. I didn’t have a speciﬁc species of wood in mind when I went to the lumberyard, but I knew I wanted something attractive and wide enough to avoid gluing up individual boards. I found a nice batch of sapele, also known as African mahogany, and brought home 50 board feet of wide planks. indd 61 61 3/25/13 9:56 AM ⁄ 1 2"-long bit with a guide bearing mounted above the cutters.
While stirring fortlessly. the mixture I added one-third of a pint of mineral spirits. This I ﬁt and mitered the three pieces of crown moulding together, and attached them as a unit to the cabinet. I glued the front edge in place, and attached the returns to the sides of the cabinet with a few 23-gauge pins. The top is attached to the cabinet with pan head screws through the web frame in oversized holes from below. With everything complete and ﬁtted, I hand sanded the entire cabinet to #150 grit before staining.
The mortises need to be exactly centered in the dados, and I needed a way for the jig to be clamped to the case sides. I made an edge piece the thickness of the case side, plus the thickness of the jig, and used the same jig that I used to cut cabinet. the dados in the sides to cut a notch across this piece. This When the faces were smooth, I cut the sides and fixed shelves to their final sizes. I determined which side should be right and which should be left, situating the most attractive faces on the outside.