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Veneering the Drawer Fronts
Veneering the Drawer Fronts
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I made a little clamping table for working with veneer out of some MDF and my vacuum pump. I’m pretty excited about it. veneer
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Birds' Eye-Maple Mantel Box - Veneering Pt. 2
. Crossed fingers help, too. Mantel Box, post-glue up. I cut each piece of veneer about 1/8" oversize Birds' Eye-Maple Mantel Box - Veneering Pt. 2 there is any glue squeezed out from the next round of veneering, I can simply peel it off, rather than In this flattering picture, I am masking off the edges of the veneered end pieces. This way, if in each direction. Too much overhang, and the veneer will snap off inside the vacuum bag; too little , and you run the risk of the veneer stopping short of the end of the piece. This would officially
Birds' Eye-Maple Mantel Box - Veneering Pt. 1
the road. Because the ends of the box have both end grain and face grain, I am using poplar veneer as Now that the box itself is glued up, the next step is to veneer the outside. To create a "seamless are completely flush across their widths. Since the veneer is so thin, any discrepancy in the " look for the box, I am going to lay on the veneer in a very particular sequence: first the ends Birds' Eye-Maple Mantel Box - Veneering Pt. 1 help with glue adhesion, and should prevent the veneer from peeling up around the edges later down
Birds' Eye-Maple Mantel Box - Veneering Pt. 3
With the four other sides of the box veneered and trimmed flush, the top is ready for glue-up veneer is so thin, I prefer to sand each surface by hand, rather than with a sander. This gives me greater control, and decreases the chance of sanding through the veneer. (Sanding through = start the pressure evenly. Once all five sides are veneered, the box is ready for final sanding. Since the Birds' Eye-Maple Mantel Box - Veneering Pt. 3 will also help prevent the edges of the veneer from catching on something and pulling up. The completed box, ready for finishing.
Starting to get ready to prepare to almost start veneering!
veneer, plus it is nice to have a built-in handle while you are running it through the bandsaw. Fun billet) onto each veneer blank. Hopefully it will keep the blank semi-stable as it gets sawn into Starting to get ready to prepare to almost start veneering! slab has some nice, super-straight quartersawn grain, so the veneer from two blanks should match
Shifting veneers, looking for a match. #letsmakeadesk
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and glass aspects of the piece. Single, bent-laminated door frame, veneered case. Perfect for the Redwoods. I wanted to keep the design fairly strightforward in order to focus on the veneering straightforward in order to focus on the veneering and glass-setting aspects of the piece.
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Flushing up the last few feet of edgebanding! On to veneering! #letsbuildsomeconferencetables #enjoyabletedium
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