By Nikolai yolkin. Diy Tv Stand. Published at Friday, April 13th, 2018 - 23:47:54 PM.
This should allow the legs to slide through the hole. Placing the wood up against the drill press as far as it could go. This gives me one easy way to measure where each hole should be. The wood is pressed up as far as possible to the press on the longer sides no measuring needed. Then deciding how far in on the short sides I want the hole to go.
I decided on 4 inches in. Marking where each hole should be. Slowly pushing the drill press into the spot. Creating a hole all the way through to the other side. A regular drill would have worked as well with the flawless drill part finale.I did four holes on one board that shall be the cable also DVD box shelf. There may be a few spots to sand with stain again after the drilling is done really easy to correct if some of the stain is rubbed off. The next step is putting it all together. I simply slid the longer legs into the hole. Then set the top board over the holes. Tracing where they hit the top board.
This shows me where to attach the top base of the pipes. Then connecting the shorter pipes to the circular base. Be sure to get screws small enough for the width of your board. I needed to get special screws because the boards are somewhat skinny. together with still had to be careful isn't to screw it too far in‐conjunction with puncture the other side of the wood. With the apex four little pipes linked. I had a pipe connector that would sit right at the bottom of the lower board. Securing the board plus the pipes together. Turning the pipes until them are attached snugly jointly.
Once they were connected I added small bottoms to the four legs putting the cap on the bottoms. I was done. I set my TV as well as necessary equipment up or have a great industrial TV stand. If I had purchased this it would have been a few hundred dollar at least. I spent total $63 on this. I like that it is customizable to me plus my needs. I could make it as bulky deep or tall as I wanted.
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