The peak in this plan is 72 3\/4, but you may alter to suite your needs. It is possible to construct one shelf for about $75. It’s simplest to cut on a table saw whether you have an extended out feed table. Materials pocket hole jig and 1\/4 blind hole screws wood glue 12 pine or poplar for faceframe 1\/4 backer material 34 x 13 1\/2 solid wood piece for bookshelf top 1 sheet of 3\/4 plywood or MDF cut as shown below you need a taller or shorter shelf you may alter the sides of any length you like.
When drilling pocket holes, exercise 3 holes on the front of the ledges overly to attach to face frame. All pocket holes and screws must be hidden from the inside of the book case Make certain all items are flush on the entrance therefore the rabbet is open in the rear. Step 3: Build and attach Faceframe Use 12 for sides and top Use 14 for underside. You can leave directly or cut a decorative design involved with it. Use pocket holes to construct Secure with wood adhesive and brad nails on designs, pocket holes on top and underside. Step 5: Attach Bookshelf Utilize maybe a piece of solid wood to protect the ledge. It should be flush with the back, but extend over the front and sides by about 3\/4. It’ll add measure and interest as well as your pocket hole screws which are in the top. Step 6: Add ledge pins and ledges cover the front of your plywood ledges with edge banding to conceal the plywood levels or you may fill and sand very well and paint.