I love being in my workshop in the morning. I have an east facing window up high and the morning sunlight streams through it on a a nice day until about 10 am. Having sunshine beaming in my window and the doors open to let in the cool morning breezes make for a wonderful atmosphere in the shop.
Such was the case for my Saturday morning work on the doors. Here are a few shots of my most enjoyable morning.
In order to groove the bottom rail, I set my double marking gauge to the width of the plow plane blade.
Then scored the edges of the groove to prevent tear out.
Using the plow to make the groove.
I used a Paul Seller’s work holding method and a Rockler clamp to hold the board while I plowed the groove. I was pretty happy with how well it worked. I clamped the edges of the piece in the clamp and then clamped the clamp in my vise.
This is the final post for the six board chest project. If you’d like to find all the posts in one place instead of having to search for them you can go to the project page below or click on the link Six Board Chest under the heading Pages/Projects on the right of this page.