Saturday, April 9, 2016
Fir Escutcheon Plates, Shelf
A bit more complicated to make than they look! The OD was turned concentrically with the ID on the lathe. They are made this way to fit over existing pipes coming out of the wall.
Got lucky on the above two; the grain lines up through the seam.
Below is a shelf I made which attaches to the side of a bed, to avoid putting screws in the walls.
There's a rabbet (if you will) on the post to keep the shear force off the screws, though it really shouldn't matter. The bedframe is the weakest link. Below is the bottom clamp.
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