Onespot CS12 mounting

giovanni

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Hey so I think my dad glued everything up and then used his table saw to cut the angle of the board then routed the edges and sanded smooth. I’ve attached a couple pictures and I’ll get an actual answer in the meantime.

If you have your side pieces cut with the angles in there and the front and back pieces t varying heights you should be able to join them and then sand the front and back edges to match the angle of the sides.
Very nice! Are you planning the board to be on hinges? And will you have a lid?
 

Big Monk

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I like the idea od Dovetails until it comes time to figure out how to cut them and then basic box joints seem more my speed.
 

ADAOCE

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Very nice! Are you planning the board to be on hinges? And will you have a lid?
This is already done. My dad built this for me last year. We decided to just screw the top into the side supports so it doesn’t open but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t thinking about making a new top piece that would work with hinges.
 

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