Ripping The Crown Molding

STEP 2

Set fence to line up with edge of crown molding.

STEP 2

Set fence to line up with edge of crown molding.

Ripping Crown Molding
Saw blade set vertical -with table (90°)

Set fence to lin< edge of crown

Crown molding

Backing block glued to crown molding

TabJesaw

1 Vi x 3V2" (2x4) stock glued to back of crown molding

Backing block glued to crown molding

TabJesaw

Saw blade tilted 40° from vertical

1 Vi x 3V2" (2x4) stock glued to back of crown molding

STEP 1

Fence

Set fence to lin< edge of crown

Crown molding

0top and bottom hinge recess

Materials List

Cabinet Carcase

FINISHED

T W

size L

Matl.

Qty.

A* sides

y„"

21 w

54'/4n

EP

2

B* bottom

3/4"

21'/s"

34'/2"

EP

1

C* top

24%"

42"

EP

1

D bottom rail

5%"

36"

P

1

E top rail

4"

36"

P

1

F cleats

1"

21 '/a"

P

2

G cleats

1"

20"

P

2

H cleats

1"

33"

P

3

I back

35 Vi"

48%"

H

1

Molding

J* bottom sides

y4"

5 Vi"

22%"

P

2

K* bottom front

V4"

5'/>"

371/2"

P

1

L* bottom sides

4y8"

23%"

P

2

M* bottom front

45/8"

39"

P

1

N top sides

3/4"

2%"

22%"

P

2

0 top front

y4-

2W

37'/2"

P

1

P* dentil mold

Va"

1"

22%"

P

2

Q* dentil mold

w

1"

37"

P

1

R* crown mold

1%"

2W

241/2"

P

2

S* crown mold

2V2

411/4"

P

1

Doors

T stiles

21/2"

443/i"

P

4

U top rails

w

ZW

14"

P

2

V bottom rails

w

14"

P

2

W* panels

13%"

397/i6

EP

2

Shelves

X" shelves

18"

343/8"

EP

3

Y* fronts

IT

VA"

34%"

P

3

"Parts initially cut oversize. See the inslructions. Materials key: EP-edge-joined pine, P-pine, H-hardboard.

Supplies: #6x'/2" flathead wood screws, #6x3/4" flat-head wood screws, #8x1 !/>" flathead wood screws, 8' pine crown molding, cabinet top and bottom pivot hinges (Stanley catalog no. 332), cabinet middle pivot hinges (Stanley catalog no. 335), pulls (Amerock BP76271-R1), roller catches (Amerock BP9745-3), Va" brown or walnut finished shelf standards (4), wood conditioner, stain, clear finish.

Produced by Marlen Kemmet Project design: James R. Dow Illustrations: Kim Downing Photographs: Wm. Hopkins

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