Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

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Re: Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

Postby daves » Sun May 03, 2009 12:12 am

jonnyd wrote:Thanks for the comments guys.

Dave to scribe the face frame I set the base carcase level and fitted the solid top. I then took the hardboard template that had been used as the rod and scribed this to the walls. Battens are screwed on to make it rigid. Once this is a good fit it is placed on top of the top carcase drawn around and the oak frame scribed with a power plane and finished of with a hand plane to the line.

Jon


I see - sounds easy when you put it like that!

Another thread added to the scrapbook of useful ideas - thanks for sharing.

Dave

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Re: Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

Postby gazza » Tue May 05, 2009 7:14 pm

Hi Jon,
The unit looks fantastic, your attention to detail speaks for its self.
On the whole i have found your post,
inspiring,
Image

:D 8-)
Cheers,
gazza.

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Re: Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

Postby jonnyd » Tue May 05, 2009 8:43 pm

I dont think youll regret getting the domino ;)

Did you get it secondhand as you seem to have bagged yourself the metal pinned version?

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Re: Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

Postby gazza » Tue May 05, 2009 10:09 pm

jonnyd wrote:I dont think youll regret getting the domino ;)

Did you get it secondhand as you seem to have bagged yourself the metal pinned version?

Cheers

Jon


well spotted mate, it was brand spankin new :) never even been out of the box.
The metal pins where why i bought it, as i have read all the complaints about the plastic versions.
It had been ordered in a batch early last year, the origional buyer ordered 5 of them, but cancelled the last one so it was forgotten about. Its 110v but i dont mind that.

As for regreting buying it , not at all Jon, its been used a few times already and i think it will pay for itself in no time ;)
Cheers,
gazza.

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Re: Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

Postby mel » Mon May 25, 2009 11:32 pm

jonnyd wrote:
The grooves are done on the spindle moulder with an adjustable grooving cutter. The panel is 9mm mdf so I used some calipers to set the adjustable groover to 0.1mm more



you'll be no good working with me , i only work spot on
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Re: Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

Postby jackbenjamin » Tue May 08, 2018 10:08 pm

Hi,

I don't suppose there is anyway of reviving this thread, and getting the pictures back is there?

Many thanks

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Re: Kitchen Alcove (WIP)

Postby JonR » Wed May 09, 2018 5:02 pm

You maybe better starting a new thread with details of what you want to do then the help will follow i'm sure.


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