Sunday, April 17, 2011

Scroll Saw Train Whistle Video

This train whistle can be made in just a few minutes. It's a great little project for the kids and grand kids when they visit your shop. All you will need is a 3/4" dowel rod and a 5/16" dowel rod. Watch the video below and you will be whistling while you work in no time.



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Relief Cut Shelf.

This shelf is 25 inches long and 5 1/2 inches deep. The center medallion is a relief cut to allow it to protrude from the back board. There is a simple tutorial that explains relief cuts in the pattern. On this shelf I used a #5 blade and set the table angle to 3 degrees to get a 1/4" relief.

Round over the medallion to give it a smooth look before you glue it in place.

The top shelf has a router detail on the front and sides to give it a more finished look.

The Shelf is attached with screws that are counter sunk and plugged with wood buttons. The brackets are attached to the medallion board with glue only.

The video below shows how to make a bevel gauge and also explains relief cuts in more detail.


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