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Offline JimD

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Crib for newest Grandson
« on: October 22, 2019, 02:24 PM »
My second grandson is due next month.  I made him a changing table/dresser and, more recently, this crib:

Most of the wood is hard maple.  The horizontal rails on the headboard and footboard are maple plywood.  I cut long mortises with my Domino 700 about 1.5 inches deep and 14mm wide.  A shallow shoulder cut on the plywood rails and a little rounding over of the ends made a nice mortise and tenon joint.  The legs are about 2.75 inches square.  I would have rather clear finished it but my daughter-in-law specified white.  It is finished in white tinted Resisthane. 

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Offline ultane

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Re: Crib for newest Grandson
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2019, 03:22 PM »
That’s spectacular!
I might be wrong… Just ask my X...