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Applying waterlox In this video I apply my first coat of Waterlox Original Sealer Finish Medium Sheen
Building a custom built in entertainment center with drop down 65" flat screen TV., Has central home networking, central home cable, central home stereo, and twin aquariums. Made of drywall and slate ledgers. By Thomas Brode for Patti Connors
Festool domino In this video I discuss the frames I am going to make that will lock into the sliding dovetails. After the frame pieces are milled I show the layout on the frame stock of how I am going to use the Festool Domino to join these frames. Then I show the cutting method of using the Domino.
Cutting panel to length In this video I cut the top book matched panel on the Festool multifunction table with the TS55 track saw at an angle on both ends of the panel. This panel will now form a template to cut the bottom panel.8 of 28 Building A Flat Screen TV Entertainment Center: A Furniture Pro
Visit for the Flat Panel TV Entertainment Center woodworking plan by Woodcraft Magazine. To help immerse you into the home theater experience, we completely re-thought the concept of the entertainment center, considering today's components and wiring needs. The result is a cherry cabinet that has A-
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Cutting arc in panel In this video show how I created the arc in the panel by bending a thin board and then marking from it. I then use a 14tpi bi-metal jigsaw blade and cut as close to my marked line as possible. Then after the marking the assembly orientation of the panels I rough trim the lower p
I made this TV Console Stand for a friend who lives in a small condo. This is is a great space-saving design for anyone who lives in an apartment or small my article and download the measured drawing on my website:Follow me on:Etsy - Facebook - Google+ - Instagram - Keek - LumberJocks - MySpace - Pi
Milling lumber In this video I continue to mill the lumber for the entertainment center project. 3 of 28 Building A Flat Screen TV Entertainment Center: A Furniture ProjectAllan Little is AskWoodManFollow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe to his blog!
Wood dent repair In this video I show how using some warm water and a regular clothes iron, I can remove even a pretty serious ding from the wood surface.Allan Little is AskWoodManFollow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe to his blog!
Trimming end panels In this video I use my no 7 hand plane with a lot of blade out to aggressively remove the excess material of the side panel to bring it in line with the tops and bottoms. Then I switch to the block plane to remove the rest of the material in preparation for sanding. Allan Little
Bookmatched mahogany In this video I discuss panel gluing strategy for this project. I then show how I made the structural repair on the large cracks in the bookmatched I start discussing gluing and clamping techniques for panels.5 of 28 Building A Flat Screen TV Entertainment Center: A Furniture Pr
Resawing sipo In this video I resaw the stock to get the boards I need for making the two long top/bottom panels. You will see the Hitachi CB75F split an 8" wide board into two book matched pieces.4 of 28 Building A Flat Screen TV Entertainment Center: A Furniture ProjectAllan Little is AskWood
Entertainment center This is an introduction video giving an overview of building this dovetailed, bookmatched, mahogany entertainment center.1 of 28 Building A Flat Screen TV Entertainment Center: A Furniture ProjectAllan Little is AskWoodManFollow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe
Inserting dovetailed frames In this video I install the frames into the sliding dovetail slots by pressing them into place with pipe clamps. It was tight.Allan Little is AskWoodManFollow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe to his blog!
Panel gluing I this video I discuss panel gluing methods by using the small end panels as examples. I then show a squareness checking method to check the panel after cutting the panel ends square on the Festool Multi Function Table with the TS55 saw. I then crosscut the panel on the table saw to len
Tv component box In this video, after first complaining about the Texas heat, I explain my basic plan of action as I begin this project. I show a rough drawing and discuss the preliminary design and construction elements. Then I start examining the rough boards for this project, and start roughing t
Marking dovetails In this video I mark the depth shoulder for the tails with a marking gauge avoiding scoring down into the wood on the sections that are not waste.I then show a long used method of clamping a very hard, straight and square guide board to the scribed shoulder line and then chopping w
Trimming glue from dovetails In this video I show how to trim all the excess glue as well as the pin and tail ends that are above the planes of the tops and sides. I use a combination of a small belt sander, half sheet sander and the router with a large flush cut trim bit to get this done in prepara
Flat screen entertainment center In this video I use the Festool cordless drill to attach the entertainment center to the wall. You'll also see photos of me on the couch with my dogs enjoying football on our new Insignia flat screen tv
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