It’s a cabinet!

I managed to get the sides all glued up and fit together.  Of course, there was a lot of fitting and fiddling necessary to get a solidly square case but its done.  Once again, my bench and its holding options come through.

Now that the internal dados are also complete, I can start making the internal frame supports.

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5 Responses to It’s a cabinet!

  1. Sam Cappo says:

    Looks great.

    What is the tape for on the inside?

    So you use your jointer gauge frequently?
    It was the first vintage tool I purchased, thank you Mr. Leach, but I have only used it twice in about a year.

    Sam

    • Marilyn says:

      Tape is to remind me which side is inside .. so I don’t make a stupid mistake. Green for one side and blue for the other.

      I actually use my jointer gauge (didn’t remember that was the name) quite a bit. The name reminder will hopefully help anyone looking for that item as well. I found one easily on ebay when I used the correct name.

      I bet Mr. Leach has more to sell too.

  2. joemcglynn says:

    Looking really good Marilyn! Did the Jack Rabbet work out well for the raised panels?

    I picked up a dedicated panel raiser a while back on ebay, but I’m not happy with it. It’s a wood plane they used to sell through garret wade or somewhere, and the wedge doesn’t hold the blade. The mouth is too wide too, and there isn’t a nicker.

    • Marilyn says:

      Yes, the jack rabbet worked very well. It’s a lot less fiddly than the skewed rabbet plane and its length makes it easy to keep on track. I need to add a wooden fence and it would work even better. The 1/4″ panel edge tended to get trapped in the space between the bottom of the plane and the top of the fence. An additional wooden fence would prevent that.

    • Marilyn says:

      I’m surprised to hear about that the same plane sold via garret wade would perform so poorly. I looked hard at those before I bought the Veritas. I’m glad I didn’t buy it.

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