Building the Perfect Tool Chest by Jim Stack
By Jim Stack
Construct the software chest of your desires!
Why pay money for prepackaged device bins if you could make anything greater from scratch - a device field adapted in your particular wishes?
In construction the appropriate instrument Chest, grasp craftsman Jim Stack offers whole fabrics lists, plans and step by step directions for construction 15 trendy, but functional, designs.
Perfect for hand instruments and tool instruments alike, initiatives variety from stylish rolling cupboards to utilitarian tote packing containers - a range that guarantees whatever for each woodworker, it doesn't matter what your point of ability. It's all of the counsel you must craft the device chest layout you've been dreaming of - vintage, modern or uniquely your personal!
Handy field Small instrument chest instrument caddy Ten-drawer chest Jim's toolbox Rolling device cupboard Cabinetmaker's chest Journeyman's tote field Sliding-door cupboard aircraft cupboard & case Pegboard-lover's cupboard Fly-tying field Southwestern chest Curved-front chest 21st-century software cupboard
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Reverse the fixture, set the saw blade to 10° and remove the waste, leaving the tails. You will need to clean up the corner of the pins with a chisel. 58 70598 I project 08 054-061 new 9/4/08 8:23 PM Page 59 step 4 • Cut the bevels on the top of the ends A. Note that the tails need to be cleaned up in the corners. You can do this easily with a chisel. Drill the 3 ⁄ 4" seating holes for the flat washers on the insides of the ends A to a depth of 3 ⁄ 8", then drill the 1 ⁄ 4" through-holes for the bolts in the tops of the ends.
Lay out the dovetail slots for the front rails E on the insides of the side panels, then make a simple jig as shown to guide the router when cutting the stopped slots. step 3 • Using the same dovetail router bit, cut the tails on the ends of the front rails E. ) Note the use of a scrap piece of wood to stabilize the rail. step 5 • Glue the back panel D into the grooves in the sides A. I let the cabinet hang over the bench so the tongue on the bottom of the back panel could stand proud of the sides.
X 23/4" x 18" cleat P front of center divider line of cabinet side Center divider detail Drawer pull detail 31/2" back top rail center divider cleat P 3/8" 3/4" x 11/4" cleats N (2) 3/4" x 71/8" center divider F 5/8" 35° 1/8" line of cabinet bottom panel front rails E 3/4" line of drawer fronts 7/8" top B divider F 371/2" 211/2" 1" 31/2" drawer front G (2) drawer pulls M (2) 67/8" 3/4" rails E (3) drawer front H 67/8" 3" stile typ. 1/4" flat panel typ. 1/2" back D 3/4" 373/4" drawer front J 71/4" side A (2) 3/4" drawer front K drawer pulls L (3) 73/4" 4" 3/4" bottom C 4" 21" 36" Dimensions account for an 1/8" gap at top and bottom of each drawer front.