I'm putting together a simple raised bed garden on Friday and got the idea to build one of these guys as a surprise - http://brucepostco.com/tower.html
It's probably beyond a 1 day build for me with all of those shelves (looking at the large 11-shelf), but I keep thinking it's really just repeating a lot of the same cuts over and over, and who knows, maybe I will surprise myself or someone here could recommend some time saving ideas.
Any ideas for working efficiently on this? I'm planning on making a sketchup model so I can have my angles established ahead of time. I won't be getting the stock until Friday morning.
Once I get my miter saw dialed in, the shelves would just be a matter of measuring and sliding in the shelves. If I use dadoes, small errors in shelf length would be hidden.
Have to look at my MFT - maybe I could use the fence, guide rail and limit stop to repeatably plow dadoes with an OF1400? (Just mark centerline of each one and slide the workpiece to center each dado)
Much as I'd love it, Domino'ing this together would probably be overkill. (at least for the shelves.) It probably makes sense to domino the uprights and possibly the base together, though.
What would be the best time-efficient way to secure the shelves in place?