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How To Build Wooden Jewelry Box Organizer?
Introduction Here could be an easy jewelry box you’ll be able to build in a day. Tools needed
Clear packing tape Hearing and eye protection Measuring tape Miter saw Orbital drum sander Quick-Grip clamps Table saw or power saw Materials needed 1/2″ x 4-1/2″ x 32″ hardwood or plyboard.
150-grit sandpaper 3/4″ x 6″ x 20″ hardwood Wipe-on polymer Wood glue Box prime & Bottom Cut a bit of 3/4-inch hardwood to 6-in. x 20-in. Make a groove cut on the 2 long sides of the board 1/4-in. deep x 1/2-in. wide employing a table saw. Next, cut the board into 2 nine-inch items for the front and back employing a miter saw. Make 2 additional groove cuts on the top of every board, 1/4-in. deep x 1/2-in. wide with a table saw.
Cut Wood for the Box Cut a bit of 1/2-in. hardwood or plyboard to thirty-two inches employing a table saw or ability saw. Rip identical board to 4-1/2-in. ADVERTISEMENT Box Sides Cut one board at six inches with 45-degree angles on every finish employing a miter saw or table saw. (See photo.)
Use the piece that you just cut as a guide to mark your board for your next cut. Cut an additional six-inch facet just like the one you simply cut.
Box Front & Back Cut 2 boards at 9 inches with 45-degree angles on every finish for the front and back boards employing a miter saw or table saw. Use the front piece as a guide to mark your backboard. Dry-fit the Box along with Lay the front board flat with the 45-degree angles facing down. Place the left facet board finishes finishing with the front board. Next, place the rear board finish to finish with the facet board.
Tape all 3 boards at the side of 2 items of clear packing tape. With the rock bottom board’s groove facet facing up, work the box assembly within the groove of rock bottom. Now dry-fit the proper facet to the front, back and bottom. Glue the Box along Lift the box assembly off rock bottom and take away the tape and right facet, keeping the front, back and left facet taped along.
Apply wood glue to every one of the 45-degree angles and within the groove on the rock bottom board. Place the box assembly into the groove on the rock bottom board. Secure it with a clamp.
Apply wood glue to the angular ends of the proper facet board and work it into the box assembly. Secure it with clear tape and clamps.
Wipe away any excess glue on the within and outdoors of the box with a moist textile.
Cut Wood for the receptacle Rip 2 2-in. x 16-in. items of 1/4-in. hardwood or plyboard. Make a groove cut on one long facet of every board 1/8-in. deep x 1/4-in. wide employing a table saw.
Cut 2 items at 7-3/4-in. for the front and back of the receptacle box. Cut 2 sides at 4-5/8-in. and one partition at 1-3/4-in. x 4-5/8-in. Cut one bottom at 4-5/8-in. x 7-5/8-in. from 1/4-in. plywood.
Tray Sides Cut 1/8-in. deep x 1/4-in. wide grooves on each the ends and within the middle on every board employing a table saw. See pic for measurements.
Glue receptacle along with Apply wood glue on each end of the edges and partition. Insert the partition into the center dado groove on the front and back keeping them flush with the highest edge. Fit the edges into the groove on every finish of the front and back. Secure the box tightly at the side of clear plastic tape. Flip the box over and apply wood glue to the within edges.
Fit rock bottom into the groove and secure it with a clamp till the glue dries. Tray Cleats
Cut 2 1/4-in. cleats 1-3/4-in. x 5-in. Glue the 2 cleats to the edges of the within of the jewelry box, flush with rock bottom. Finishing Touches Sand all the components victimization an orbital drum sander with one hundred fifty to 220 grit sandpaper.
Finish with wipe-on polymer. Add adhesive felt feet as a pleasant bit to the rock bottom of your box to forestall it from scratching another surface.