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David J Paddison Cabinet Maker, Maker of fine contemporary & traditional bespoke furniture in Pulham Market, Norfolk, near Diss and Eye in Suffolk



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3:7:2010
       This is one of the oak boards that I’m using to make this bookcase from.
Here I’m cutting the tenons on the spindle moulder with the two blocks set ½” apart using one of the collars.
PROJECT BOOKCASE PROJECT BOOKCASE DRAWING
drawing of it drawn on M.D.F.  The image is
              Here I’m thicknessing to width all the boards that are narrow enough to go through the machine, the maximum width it can cut is 7 1/4”. The widest boards are 8 1/4”
wide and so I have to trim them on the bandsaw and then plane them to size on surface planer.
25:6:2010
         This project is to make a bookcase / display case to go beside a staircase. This is a full size
This is a simple router jig I’ve made for cutting the housing joints using  a ½” cutter and a 30mm bush.
The bookcase is now dry assembled on its side. The mitres were cut on a panel saw and have biscuits dowels fitted inside to locate the corners and for strength.
23:7:2010
         Now I glue the bookcase  together in three separate parts so I can get it cramped up before the glue sets. The glue I used was a slow setting P. U. adhesive
Here the three separate parts are glued and cramped together
20:8:2010
          Finished shelves in the workshop and installed against the stairs in its new home
not very good so click on it to get a larger version.

16:7:2010

      Here are all the thicker 1 ¼” thick pieces planed up and cut to length