|Sketchup representation of the|
|The HCM that I modified in an earlier post|
makes light work of the mortises
|Hand tools galore|
The tapers on the legs were cut on the tablesaw using a shop made jig. Then the legs were finished with a combination of hand planes/scrapers.
|Some Lie-Nielson gear and the odd|
Cutting the tenons.
I use a proprietary tenoning jig and cut any tenons on the tablesaw. I find it safer, accurate and time saving.
I then cut the tenons to the right sizes using the bandsaw. However hand tools still get a look in by using the shoulder-plane to tune the cheeks to fit. I should really get a rabbeting plane but the shoulder plane works just as well.
|Cutting the tenon cheeks on|
|A Stanley 92 clone from|
Axminster designated a 19!!
|RH Frame. Just need to cut the radius|
on the rails and cut
some ply for the panel.
|Radii cut - still need|
to cut those panels.