Eco Bin: Episode 7

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With the top glued up, the haunches can be removed, the corners shaped and the surfaces planed. Then a handle is fitted and shaped, the plywood nubs planed flush and the bottom of the bin cut to size and fitted.

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  1. joeleonetti on 25 October 2018 at 6:00 am

    Thanks Paul. For the kind of woodworking you do on Masterclasses, do you have a suggestion on what screw lengths we should generally keep in sock in our workshop? If there is more detail such as a number x screw i would find that helpful as well. Many thanks.

  2. Tom Hitchner on 25 October 2018 at 1:36 pm

    I am curious about those pencil guidelines for the handles. I seems like they would be hard to remove once the handles are attached. I guess they are not very obvious to see, so Paul just doesn’t worry about them staying? Or maybe the handles come off again later for finishing? Thanks…

    • Philip Adams on 31 October 2018 at 11:54 am

      If you are gentle when making the pencil line as Paul is, you can generally remove it with an eraser. Paul removed the handles to apply the finish as you suggest and removed the lines then.

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