This magazine rack woodworking project requires only two pieces of stock, one 6? and the other 10?. Using a stop-block during the cutting stage keeps lengths identical where needed. After cutting, lightly rounding the front and side edges is necessary. Next, use pocket screws to join horizontal pieces to the sides and shelves to the front. Spacer blocks can be used to ensure appropriate spacing of the pieces. Attach the fronts first, then slide the shelves into position. Add the hanger support, then sand, finish and add brass hangers to the back.
- The project requires only two pieces of stock, one 6? and the other 10?.
- Apart from the sides, all the pieces are to be cut to the same length using a stop-block.
- Use pocket screws to join the horizontal pieces to the sides, then sand the parts.
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