Yet another plus to this bookshelf is that it doesn't use a welder. So, you won't need to buy one nor learn how to use one if you're not familiar with it. Instead, it just takes a few tools and some good, old-fashioned elbow grease! Take a look:
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- Table Saw
- Tape Measure
- Impact Driver
- Mitre Saw
- Graco Finish Pro HVLP
- Endurovar Finish
- 23g Pin Nailer
- Japanese Cut Off Saw
- Angle Grinder
Step 1: Breakdown Material/ Mill Stock
Pull all of the nails if you're using reclaimed lumber.
Step 2: Glue Up Parts
Once all of your rough cuts are square, glue up your panels. Start with the top, bottom, and two sides along with the back support.
Step 3: Joinery
Mark and layout all of your joinery for the carcass assembly. Cut using the technique of your choice.
Step 4: Back Panels
Step 5: Door & Shelf Assembly
Rough cut door and shelf materials from the cut list. Assemble using glue and clamps for the shelves. Brad nails for the doors.
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Article & Photo Source: Instructables