Published at Thursday, October 11th 2018. by Jackie Irwin in Bathroom Vanity.
I'm building the vanity for my bathroom and what I've got here are the two side panels that I've already cut out to do that. The first thing I did was, I took a larger sheet of plywood and I cut the ends off close to the right length that I need for these on. The miter saw using my extension things there to do that. It then, after I had him cut the rough size I took them to the table, saw and I trimmed them down to final size,, and then I have one other thing that I needed to cut on these, and that was the toe kick area Here and whenever possible, I'd like to do these things on this table saw so I set it up to do that.
These are stop cuts. I cut into the line they're marked on the plywood, and then I stopped the saw and waited until the blade stopped before I pull the wood out and then to make the other cut, because that block would be loose between the blade and the fence, which is A bad thing I added an auxiliary fence to my fence, so I'd have enough clearance between my fence and the blade to make that cut safely. So I've got these blocks here. I kept them and what I'm going to deal with those and I'm going to add them to the inside of the panel and what that will do is it'll. Allow me to attach the toe kick that goes along the front.
This is the other side panel, I'll pull it over here. The way - and this is the inside panel right here - one that goes against the law - you can see when I made the cuts on the table - saw that there's a slight over cut in normal circumstances. You want to avoid that kind of thing, but if you're building this thing with open cabinets that you know, you would have doors on, and shells inside the bottom shelf would cover and that over cut on the bottom here and the one that goes this way. You never see it anyway, because it's underneath that shelf as well, but since I'm putting drawers only in this cabinet, it's not an issue at all, I'm using the same type and thickness plywood for the toe.
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