Published at Friday, September 14th, 2018 - 06:48:40 AM. Bookcases. By ddeh.
Circular Saw - A circular saw will cut just about anything you can throw at it. and with a few accessories. some fairly complicated joinery. Even if you decide later to upgrade to more expensive tools. your circular saw will always get used in the shop. For a simple bookcase. you`ll be using the circular saw to cut all the boards to length. and to help make the dado cuts that hold your bookcase shelves. You`ll also use the saw to cut down a 4x8 sheet of plywood for the bookcase back.
Power Drill - Everybody has a power drill of some sort sitting around in the basement or garage. You already know how much use (and abuse) this tool gets for literally hundreds of jobs around the house. Although it`s possible to build a simple bookcase without ever picking up a power drill. the no-screws approach to building a bookcase requires that you own an insanely large number of clamps to hold everything together while the glue dries. Really. we`re talking about 20 clamps or more at about $20 each. Ouch. At a fraction of the cost. you can unleash the same clamping power on wood joints by using wood screws (or even nails) to hold pieces together while the glue sets up. Of course. you`ll have holes all over everywhere. but most people just fill them in with putty and they look fine.
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