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Anyone know where I can find some woodworking plans for...

harlzter Avatar
8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
...a coffin?
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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We need a new bookcase but I dont do "conventional" and like things that are a bit "different" to the norm.
banned 1 Like #2
i chuffin new what the missin word was gonna be
1 Like #3
Plans here for a coffin you could adapt with shelves etc ?


http://wayneofthewoods.com/coffin%202.html

Step 4 (about 1/2 way down the page)
[FONT=Verdana]Step 4, Book Shelf Option- If you are going to use this coffin as a bookcase, select the shelf bracket channels; check the dimensions of the channel, and prepare your dado blade to cut the grooves to receive the channel strips. Adjust the dado saw blades to the proper width; set the saw to cut the proper depth; set the fence to 1 1/2". Select the two, long side panels; make the dado cuts 1 1/2" in from each edge; two passes per panel to receive the shelf channel brackets at each edge; attach the four channels to the two side panels, as shown below.[/FONT]


http://wayneofthewoods.com/coffin27.jpg
banned 1 Like #4
1 Like #5
I can go dig one up for you, I don't mind sanding it down and giving it a varnish too

I'll even give it a full clean , i'll just leave you to dispose of the contents
#6
sassie;3065128
i chuffin new what the missin word was gonna be

You know me too well:oops:
snowtiger;3065136
Plans here for a coffin you could adapt with shelves etc ?


http://wayneofthewoods.com/coffin%202.html

Step 4 (about 1/2 way down the page)
[FONT=Verdana]Step 4, Book Shelf Option- If you are going to use this coffin as a bookcase, select the shelf bracket channels; check the dimensions of the channel, and prepare your dado blade to cut the grooves to receive the channel strips. Adjust the dado saw blades to the proper width; set the saw to cut the proper depth; set the fence to 1 1/2". Select the two, long side panels; make the dado cuts 1 1/2" in from each edge; two passes per panel to receive the shelf channel brackets at each edge; attach the four channels to the two side panels, as shown below.[/FONT]

Just what I was looking for, I just needed dimensions more than anything so it didnt look out of propotion:thumbsup:

fragaliciousbob;3065141

Those are flat pack kits, but thanks for the effort:-D
RedIron;3065146
I can go dig one up for you, I don't mind sanding it down and giving it a varnish too

I'll even give it a full clean , i'll just leave you to dispose of the contents

Tempting, could always donate the contents to sass, she's always saying she's got no body to go out with:whistling:
banned#7
harlzter


Tempting, could always donate the contents to sass, she's always saying she's got no body to go out with:whistling:


only way to get a stiffy if you ask me :p:p
#8
sassie;3065285
only way to get a stiffy if you ask me :p:p


I dont know how to answer that one:whistling:

I'm chuffin' speechless
banned#9
harlzter
I dont know how to answer that one:whistling:

I'm chuffin' speechless


well theres a first for everything :w00t:

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