How to: Dresser to sideboard 3, new parts | Ron Payne | Skillshare

How to: Dresser to sideboard 3, new parts

Ron Payne, Blacksmith, woodworker, all-around crafter

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17 Videos (3h 41m)
    • Introduction and Project

      1:19
    • Safety

      1:42
    • Prep work part 1

      13:48
    • Prep work part 2

      10:32
    • Bracing

      18:32
    • Bottom Shelf

      16:45
    • Drawers part 1

      10:59
    • Drawers part 2

      15:35
    • Doors part 1

      12:25
    • Doors part 2

      15:02
    • Doors part 3

      17:19
    • Pull-out Shelf support framework part 1

      13:49
    • Pull-out Shelf support framework part 2

      18:07
    • Pull-out Shelf part 1

      18:53
    • Pull-out Shelf part 2

      17:51
    • Last details

      17:42
    • Final thoughts

      0:46

About This Class

Here in part 3 of this series on furniture refurbishment I'll be making the new pieces and repairing any pieces that just need a little work.  I'll also install those parts that get put on now.

This is the point where woodworking skills and tools come into play.  A lot of what I'll be doing can be done with hand tools.  So I'll demonstrate the use of hand tools although I'll be using power tools for most of the work.

Expect to spend a fair amount of time on this part of the series.

If I've done it right, free enrollment can be found here.

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Ron Payne

Blacksmith, woodworker, all-around crafter

I am driven by a need to create. This has lead me down some interesting roads.

I know a bit about woodwork, metal work, leather, casting, and several other disciplines. I also enjoy passing along what I know to others.

Life is a continual path of improvement.

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