Saturday, December 19, 2009

Finished Wooden Banks

Hello there, this is the final part to the
construction of my banks. We last left
off gluing the four sides together. I 
believe I discussed the sanding process
to make the corners smooth. Well that
isn't done until the top is glued on and
the bottom is screwed into place.

Pictured here is a top having the slot milled
into it. This I do before I glue it to the four
sides. If you look at the fence pictured here
you'll see the two stop blocks on either side
of the top. They determine how long the slot
will be. An 1/8 inch router bit is used.

Here are all the banks all put together and
ready for sanding. I do this on my belt
sander that is six inches wide.

OK, here are a couple of finished
banks. They have a few coats of
lacquer on them. 


Snarky Basterd said...

Very, very nice, Odie. I've never been good with wood (except when I made my two kids). I'm always impressed by those who can make art.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Thank you for stopping by Dave. Twice being good with wood works ...

sara_kay_w said...

Do you sell these banks? I love them!

Dust'n Lint said...

Sara_kay_w, I do sell them. I'm sorry it took YEARS to answer this. If you go to our business web site, by clicking on our card at the upper right, all of your questions will be answered.