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Offline Brian Livingstone

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Fireplace Surround
« on: August 21, 2015, 09:59 AM »
Hi,

This is a small project that I completed last week.  The client wanted to cover up their ugly old brick fireplace.  I built this small fireplace surround out of AYP.  The panels are birch plywood.  All domino construction.  I cut a 1/4 inch groove in the rails and stiles with my tablesaw to accep the 1/2 inch plywood.  I used the OF1400 with a shaker door bit to cut a back bevel on the panels so they would fit snugly.

The TS55 was invaluable for cutting out the L shaped panels.  Sprayed BM Advance with my Earlex 5500.  All in all, a fun little project. 

Brian
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Offline Bob H

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Re: Fireplace Surround
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2015, 12:32 PM »
 Looks good.