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Twin bed’s Headboard bookshelf

  • May 22, 2018

yasserhassan
yasserhassan
yasserhassan
yasserhassan

I built a bookshelf headboard using almost entirely ryobi tools, I started cutting the boards using the 18v cordless circular saw, I laid the boards after taking the measurements and drill them using both the impact drill and the drill driver, I used the drill driver to make pilot holes for t meh screws and the impact drill to drive the screw into the boards. The impact drill has enough power to drive the screw into the boards deeper than the surface of the boards so that helped me to put wood filters to cover the marks of the screws. I also used the recipitating saw to cut the thin apply wood to cover that back of wood he headboard. It took me 6 hours to finish the project

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  • Nice job! What was the most difficult part of building the headboard bookshelf?
    By RYOBI NATION, on May 23, 2018

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Twin bed’s Headboard bookshelf

by yasserhassan
May 22, 2018
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I built a bookshelf headboard using almost entirely ryobi tools, I started cutting the boards using the 18v cordless circular saw, I laid the boards after taking the measurements and drill them using both the impact drill and the drill driver, I used the drill driver to make pilot holes for t meh screws and the impact drill to drive the screw into the boards. The impact drill has enough power to drive the screw into the boards deeper than the surface of the boards so that helped me to put wood filters to cover the marks of the screws. I also used the recipitating saw to cut the thin apply wood to cover that back of wood he headboard. It took me 6 hours to finish the project