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Advanced Routing (Art of Woodworking) by Ted Fuller

By Ted Fuller

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2 4 Glue along the adjoining edges and tighten the sash clamps. Sufficient pressure should be applied so that the glue is squeezed out along the joints. Use a wet cloth to wipe away excess glue. Tip: Just before the final tightening, use a rubber mallet to tap the edges at the ends until they are aligned. Make the quarter-circle cutouts in the front top and bottom corners of the sides (B). I used a paint tin to mark the quarter-circle but you can use anything with the correct diameter. Clamp the board to your work surface with a quick grip clamp and use a jigsaw to cut the quarter-circle as accurately as possible.

Getting everything just right is important and organising the room highlights the need for sensible but aesthetic storage. A compactum or nappy changing station is a minimum furniture requirement, as well as a cot, crib or more than one of either if needed! Many items need to be stored for easy access when caring for the baby, while photo frames, toys and other sentimental items will need to be displayed by proud parents for visiting friends and family. For our first set of twins we had three single shelves in the room, but we felt we needed more shelf space above the compactum.

15 Plane and sand the back board (A) with an electric planer and belt sander respectively. Glue along the back edges of the nursery shelf and clamp the final assembly in place onto the front of the back board. Ensure you apply equal pressure to minimise any gaps between the back edges of the shelf and the back board (A). Fill in gaps with wood filler as needed. Allow sufficient time for the glue to dry, then sand down the left and right outside edges of the back board (A) to ensure a smooth surface at the joint with the shelf sides (B x 2).

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