|Fig.1 The shelf|
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Its a shelf that is too tall and needs to be shorten. All that being done in this job is shorten the shelf legs so the book shelf can be used again.
This five steps show how to shorten a shelf for use in as small area.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the shelf that is too long to be placed by a bedroom window. Fig.2 shows a yellow square that is used to get a square line. Measurement had been done by the client and she wanted the shelf to be 30-inches tall.
|Fig.2 Carpentry Square|
|Fig.3 Dewalt |
Compound Miter Saw
|Fig.4 Place on the saw|
|Fig.5 Cutting the legs|
|Fig.6 Shelf ready to go home|
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