Marilyn Bradford Floor Lamp November 01st, 2018 - 07:18:55
Modern floor LED lamp. This project is the first in a series of projects I'm doing with Lowe's, who is the sponsor of this week's video, and all these projects are gonna, be really simple, very accessible, limited tools, DIY build. So hopefully you guys enjoyed this project. Let's go ahead and get started. The first thing I needed to do on this project was laid out in the basic shape for the base of the lamp onto some scrap three quarter inch plywood in retrospect, I probably should have used MDF instead, since it would have looked a lot better after painting, but this was what I had on hand.
This design is based on an Instruct tables post by open design club, and I love a link to it in the video description below and they have measurements in that post, although you will need to adjust them based on the exact light you end up with. After laying out the design, I cut it out using my jigsaw and I just made sure to take my time and really try to stay right on my lines, as that would mean I just have a lot less sanding to do later, with the right blade.
You can get a really nice finish using a jigsaw and I used a higher tooth count blade meant for cutting wood once the first piece was cut. I can trace it onto the remaining plywood and cut out the second layer and this time instead of trying to stay right on the line. I stayed slightly proud of the lines, so I could say in this second layer flush with the first layer later next. I could glue the base pieces together.
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