Published at Monday, 05 November 2018. Storage Bench. By Tammy Stanton.
I flip the bench to attach the 6mm sheet to the back. The back sheet is what that gives the bench its strength. It stops the sides from swaying when you move the bench around to make the dose I rip some MDF. I made the dose out of 6mm plywood and decorating it with the MDF. The MDF also gives the necessary thickness for the dose after pre-drilling and countersinking. The holes I attach the MDF using glue and screw for the sides. I cut the MDF into smaller lengths and before attaching I made sure that it is flush with the plywood checking the flush nuts is very important, otherwise the dose won't fit. Then I Drive in the final screws and that's how the door is made for the bench to attach the door.
I use the jigsaw again to cut out the design I sanded the rough cut using sanding discs. This gave me better control while sanding the side pieces were also attached using glue and some long screws and at the corner, both the pieces were attached with more screws. I used laminate on the top and decide to help in easy cleaning. After measuring I mark along the entire length first, then I scored the sheet until it feels smooth. This is important only then you will get a clean cut, then using a straightedge, I break the laminate at the scoreline. I use a good amount of spray adhesive to attach the laminate using a cloth and pressure.
I use the normal hinges. I first mark the place where I have to carve so that we can just sit flush with the surface. The flush trim bit helps to take away most of the material using a chisel. I mark out the edges. First, then, by slowly tapping I remove the rest of the material. If the chisel is sharp, then you can remove words with just your hand. I can now place the hinge and mark the holes required. I transfer the placement measurements of the hinges to the door. Then I was able to attach the door to the bench with a little bit of sanding on the sides, the door closed properly. Moving on to create the base, I ripped some plywood.
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