This is the process I go through building for my classes.
|I Start off with sheet stock .|
|Cut into strips.|
|And into bits... the side pieces of the table.|
|These will get glued into sets.|
|A couple of sets glued together.|
|Measured and marked for the cuts.|
|These are the sides of the prototype|
All the sides are glued up and marked for the cuts.
I have a few extra made just in case some get messed up.
Assembles Note: where the glue up for the sets are in the waste
so when i finish the outer joints I can cut them free.
|These two pics ....are cutting out the joint for the back of the piece|
|All outer joints cut .|
|The waste removed and i can separate the sides and pair them up.|
These are all the parts for all the Shaker tables.
I have five per tray and will separate them into kits for the class.
100 of these later ( one at a time )
I wish I could find out a way to do these all at once without braking the bank.
|The back with a shot of the internals.|
|Installed the outer brackets|
|And the class begins.|
|Pictures of some of my students.|
The finished piece it was a good day.
My wife and I enjoyed every minute of it .
Thank you for your time....