Lumber: 1 piece cypress, white pine or basswood, 13/16x4 1/8x9 inches. 1 piece cypress, white pine or basswood, 13/16x13/16x22 1/2 inches.
1 piece cypress, white pine or basswood, 1/2x9x30 inches.
(Poplar or redwood may be substituted for cypress, white pine or basswood.)
Hardware: 2 flat head bright wood screws, 1 1/2 inch No. 10. 5 dozen 7/8 inch brads. 16 1 1/4 inch brads. 12 4d finishing nails.
Sharp lead pencil, rule, try square, T bevel, jack plane, hammer, brace, 3/16 inch twist drill, countersink, nail set, screw driver.
Fig. 14. Proper Position to Hold Screw Driver.
3/4x4 x4 inches.
1/2x3 x22 inches.
1/2x2 1/2x22 1/2 inches.
1/2x1/2x2 1/4 inches.
Fig. 15. Ripsawing on a Saw Horse.
1 - Reduce all pieces to finished dimensions.
2 - To make the end cuts of the partitions hold the saw at 45° to a right angle.
3 - Fasten ends to ridge with 1 1/2 inch No. 10 screw. Use 3/16 inch twist drill for screw hole and countersink hole.
4 - Fasten ends to sides and bottom with six 4d finishing nails at each end.
5 - Nail sides to bottom with 1 1/4 inch brads. Use eight brads at each side spaced evenly.
6 - Fasten partitions by using one 7/8 inch brad at each end.