It is fun to go back to 2010 and look at my old blog posts; re-living how my workshop was then and see the techniques used for construction of old projects. I am re-running a series of blog posts about the Scott Bookcase; a bookcase built for a co-worker. I have already re-run a couple of post concerning the design options for this project (here and here). In this blog post, I begin cutting plywood for the base cabinet and use a homemade jig to cut holes for shelf supports.
To see the post “Scott Bookcase: Fabricating the Lower Case” click here.