Wood nightstand – Bedside tables can be easily customized to the bed height and style of your room so they make a great practical project for someone who is new to woodworking. Cut table 1 by 12 inches in four pieces of 11 1/4 inches long. Discard any excess wood. Cut a sheet of plywood 1 foot long and wide. Use a square carpenter steel to help make sharp 90 degree corners. Drill a 1 – inch hole in the center of each plate. Arena joints and cutting edges of the wood with sandpaper or sanding block. Clean gaskets and sheet with an anti static cloth.
Place the sheet of plywood on your workbench. Spread a band 3/4 inch wide-glue around the edge of the grain of the face. Hold one of the boards vertically so that the side 3/4 work surface faces. Align the left corner of the card with the top left corner of the plywood. Place the table down in the queue so that it is aligned with the top edge of the sheet of wood nightstand. There will be a gap 3/4 inch wide at the right end-sheet of plywood.
Place a second plate on the right side of the sheet of plywood covering the plate with the upper right corner of the plywood. The two tables together to form an “L” and there will be a hole in the lower right corner of the sheet of plywood. align a third board with the lower right corner and the lower edge of the plywood. Complete the frame by placing the last table on the left side of the sheet of plywood. Slide frame night to the edge of the table and wood nightstand. Secure four clamps, one at each corner to hold the vertical panels in place. Use additional clamps if necessary. Wipe off excess glue with a damp cloth. Allow the glue to dry overnight.
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