Ed Bullock will present this month's program, building a
wooden music stand with a turned pedestal and an adjustable tray. Sliding
dovetail joints are used to attach the three legs to a turned pedestal. The tray
for the sheet music is adjustable both in height and in the angle of tilt. The
construction process and techniques used to build the stand will be discussed.
It is a simple project that doesn't require much material or time. Part of the
discussion will be about the jigs used to cut sliding dovetail joints on a round
pedestal and how to cut the corresponding dovetail joints on irregular shaped
legs. Ed will also show how to use a router and jigs to cut mortise and tenon
joints in material that is only 1/2 inch thick.
2014 highlights - Christopher
Six Board Chest
New website page for members to list woodworking items they are looking
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