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The first step was to use a flush-cutting saw to remove the ends of the wedges. Then I took a rag soaked with mineral spirits, and wet the ends of the tenons. This saturation makes the tough endgrain fibers easier to trim with a block plane. The final bit of leveling was with a card scraper and when the tenons were flush, I scraped the entire surface of both cabinet sides. I had set aside a small piece of stock for the backsplash. The grain on this piece arched to match the profile I intended to cut, and with the back in place in the carcase, I trimmed it to final width and length, then marked the curved top edge.
E. Moser’s Golden Amber Maple water-based aniline dye EXPLODED VIEW 1 oz. 29 4 oz. 99 8 oz. 99 Arts & Crafts Bookcase NO. indd 29 ■ 29 1/11/12 9:39 AM PROJECT • 4 Knockdown Bookcase B Y D AV I D T H I E L The Arts & Crafts movement was part of an interesting social change in America — the advent of mail-order purchases. Catalogs from Sears, Roebuck and Co. and Montgomery Ward were all the rage, and many companies took their cue and offered their wares for sale through catalogs rather than set up expensive retail establishments throughout the country.
This lip will make it easier to align the cove moulding (see the photo below, near left, for details). I made the cove moulding on the table saw. Before you set up for the cove cut, cut a flat face on the moulding material. Set up a fence behind the blade at about a 45° angle to the blade. Clamp it in place and raise the saw blade about 1⁄8". Test the cut until it is centered in the moulding material and the cove is the proper radius. To center the cut, move the fence toward or away from the blade, keeping the angle the same.