| There isn't a drop of glue in this
project. We used tongue and groove joinery to hold it all together.
You can build these shelves in a weekend using a table saw and a router table.
The key is that the project is assembled with dovetail tongue and groove
joints. By using these, you can assemble and adjust the shelves by simply
sliding the pieces together.
CONSTRUCTION. We built our Wall Shelves out of red oak. The overall size
is 39" long x 9-3/4" deep x 30" high.
This project was originally published in Woodsmith No. 20.
WHAT YOU GET.The Wall Shelves
woodworking plan is a four-page, 257 kilobyte .pdf file. It includes complete,
step-by-step instructions, 5 detailed drawings, plus a materials list, a
cutting diagram, and a technique article about dovetail tongue and groove
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PRICE. The cost to download this plan to your
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