ICut the shelves (D) to size from V2" stock. (We resawed 3A" stock to size.) You'll need three shelves for spoons or five for thimbles.
2 For the spoon shelves, mark the hole centerpoints, where dimensioned on Drawing 3 on page 72. Drill and countersink a 5/i6M hole at each centerpoint. (See Drawing 3a for reference.) Flip over the piece and countersink the holes on the opposite surface.
3 With a combination square, mark the kerf locations centered on the holes just drilled. Attach an auxiliary fence to your miter gauge. Raise your blade W
above the saw table, and cut the kerfs where marked, as shown in Photo A.
4 To build the thimble shelves, mark the dowel-hole centerpoints on five shelves, where shown on Drawing 3. Using a brad-point or Forstner bit, drill twelve 'A" holes 3/s" deep, where marked, in each shelf. (To ensure consistent hole depths, we set the depth stop on our drill press. And, to keep the holes in a straight line, we clamped a fence to our drill-press table.)
5 Cut sixty lA" dowels 1" long for the thimble posts. Finish-sand each shelf smooth, and then sand a slight chamfer on both ends of each dowel. Place a drop of glue in each hole, and tap the dowels into place. Immediately wipe off excess glue with a damp cloth.
6 Using double-faced tape, adhere the shelves in position in the case. Drill the %4" shank holes through the back (C)
collector showcase and 5/6a" pilot holes V2" deep into the shelves, where shown on Drawing 1. Remove the shelves and double-faced tape. (We attached the shelves to the back after staining.) Now, drill a pair of lA" holes through the case back, where shown on Drawing 1, for mounting the completed case to a wall later.
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