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I made a TV cabinet from multiplex (from untreated interior poplar), with storage space and a push-to-open drawer. The right side is open, the left side has a miter.
TV cabinet with different compartments
I didn't want any ugly screws in sight and so everything, except for the drawer, is secured with dowels and a good load of wood glue has gone through. I first signed and coded everything. (I had already made a kind of 'construction drawing' before ordering.) Then I first glued the bottom layer and let it dry well. Then the top layer. For stability I used a cross. Fastening the side part with miter was quite a drama. Ultimately, this was achieved by making carriers on the side part for the middle shelf and the top. My first plan for the legs turned out not to be a sight, after a long time puzzling and trying (it took a second order) this is the result. The whole thing now bends a little under weight between the legs, maybe I will make some extra legs underneath. Finally, I made a drawer with 'push to open' bottom guides, with a small space at the back for a socket. The entire cabinet is finished with neutral parquet / furniture lacquer for protection, the color is already sufficiently on the wall. ;)
Customized TV furniture
220.0 cm wide, 34.0 cm deep and 59.0 cm high, with one bevel as the angle of the wall is less than 90 degrees. The outside is 18.0 mm thick, the inner planks and uprights 15.0 mm.
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