Entertainment Center III Plan

"Entertainment Center III Plan" -- This Entertainment Center was featured in Today's Woodworker (Issue 50).

Entertainment Center III Plan
Entertainment Center III Plan
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Details about Entertainment Center III Plan:  Adorned with dentil moldings and disappearing doors, this cherry classic brings newmeaning to the phrase '' a place for everything and everything in its place.'' Finished dimensions for the center cabinet are approximately 80'' High x 38'' Wide x 24'' Deep. The two side cabinets are approximately 75'' High x 25'' Wide x 21'' Deep each. Area for the television is approximately 37'' High x 36'' Wide (with flipper door hardware installed this will handle up to most 32" diagonal TV's) x 22'' Deep. Constructing the entertainment center will require about 100 hours of shop time. You'llneed a table saw (with dado set), both portable and table-mounted routers, and a drill.Requires:7 Sheets of 3/4'' hardwood plywood 37 board feet of solid hardwood 3 sheets of 1/4'' hardwood plywood 1-1/2 sheets of 1/2'' Finnish birch plywoodHardware kit #39009 contains:1 pair of #89674 Accuride 383214'' Drawer Slides6 pair of #89723 Accuride 383224'' Drawer Slides2 pair of #90401 Accuride1-2-3 Flipper Door Slides2 packages of #90403 AccuridePocket Door Inset Hinge Kit Hardware kit #39017 contains:1 package of #20891 3/8inch Cherry plug with Flat Top1 bag of #29306 Square-X FlatHead #8 x 2'' 3 packages of #30692 5mmBrass Pin Supports8 each of #35485 Crown Top 1-1/4inch Solid Bright Brass Knobs2 each of #73171 Tear Drop Handle

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