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I recently had the pleasure of building a Mission style cherry coffee table using components from Osborne Wood Products. Osborne Wood products provided the legs, skirt boards and corner braces. I made the table top with a few eye catching features like bread board ends and pyramid shaped plugs.


Part II coming SOON A second video is being worked on now that details how the breadboard table top is contructed.



Details on making breadboard ends

"A breadboard end is a narrow piece that is mechanically joined to the end of a larger panel. The purpose is to support and maintain the rigidity of the panel, while allowing the panel to shrink or expand across the grain." - excerpt from an article on FWW.com by Mario Rodriguez titled All About Breadboard Ends



Step 1 - form a tenon on the end of the board by using the tablesaw and the router table
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Step 2 - the long tenon is fine-tuned to match the mortise that is made in the end piece.
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Step 3 - when there's a good fit between the breadboard end and the table top, square holes are made in the end of the breadboard to house the screws that attached the end to the table top.
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Step 4 - the breadboard ends are attached using glue on only the center 6 inches of the joint. The screws through the end (elongated holes) add strength and stability to the joint.
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Step 5 - pyramid headed plugs are formed using the crosscut sled. The plugs are glued into the square holes to hide the screws.
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5/28/2010 9:32:46 PM
Peru
Ronald Rivera
Posted by:
Excelent work.. sorry my english is bad.
I from Peru, tienes un buen acabado y buenas tecnicas.

Ronald

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