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Whether you build it for yourself or as a gift for someone else, this cheese slicer and cutting board combination is a great way to spend a few hours in the shop.
Page 18: Figure 1
In Figure 1 the bit used should be a core box bit, not a cove bit.
Sturdy joinery, strong but lightweight materials, and graceful curves give this practical project a look of elegant simplicity.
Inspired by military campaign furniture, wood and leather combine in this chair to create the most comfortable seat in the house. And you’ll master some new skills while building it.
This shop-built sander is a real workhorse. With a 6"x 89" sanding belt, a powerful 1-hp motor, and an adjustable table, it will make short work of all your sanding tasks.
Page 40: Detail 'c'
Two washers were excluded from the drawing. They should be located on either end of the bearings that are associated with part 'M'. Additionally, on the right hand side, the bearing was dimensioned as 1 3/4 but should be 1 5/8.
Page 45: Materials & Supplies list
The following should be included in the materials and parts list: (2) 5/8" washers.
From the scrolled legs to the hand-carved accents to the marble top, we’ve incorporated some of the quintessential Eastlake details into our version of this classic table.