How wooden crates are made? Woodworking plans for wooden crates

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Choosing Your Wood

The first step is to decide what type of wood you want to use make your boxes. Cedar and pine are popular choices, with pine it would probably be a bit easier to work. To make a box first you must have:

• (12) 1×4 boards that are three feet long,
• (12) 1×4 boards that are two meters long,

These are the ends and sides of the box.

Next, you would need:

• (4) 2×4 tables that are two meters long.

These are corner brackets of box.


Put a couple of 2×4’s down on a flat surface. Put the side (6) of the 1×4 three feet are in the 2×4. Make sure you have the ends flush with the outer edges of the 2×4.
Now you’re going to fuck the 1×4 and 2×4’s together. I recommend using 1 1/2 inch wood screws for this. Repeat the above steps on the other side of the box.

Connecting the sides

Now is the time to connect the two sides. To do this, tightening the two foot long 1×4 to 2×4 edges.

To complete the bottom should (6) three feet long and 1×4 (4) Two foot long 1×4. Put the three together feet long at the open end of the box and make sure the edges of each plate are flush with the exterior.

Next spot (1) of the two feet long panels in the end, and then the screw for each of the joints and ultimately to ends of the 2×4. I recommend 1 “screws for this step.
Repeat the same steps at the other end, and terminated by the addition of the two remaining boards to the means for providing stability and support.


Then you need to measure the inner edges of the box before cutting 2×4 to enter. Screw the side panels and the lower end of the 2×4. For a lid, you can repeat the process used to make the bottom, or the hinge of the lid if you prefer.


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Stain Boxes

Their cases will be much more attractive if stained. The process is fast and simple and is detailed below.

First choose a workspace and get a tarp for protection. Use a paintbrush to apply the dye, and make sure stroke in the direction of the wood grain. Maintain a wet edge at all times, and apply as much as stain the wood will take.

Once you’ve spotted the whole box, wait about half an hour. When the time is up, run a dry brush on the box to remove excess dye. Dye penetrant not dry hard, but any spot that is not absorbed can become viscous and could be pulled by anything that comes into contact with the box.

Be creative

This is the recipe for a wooden base. Depending on the end use, you may want to hers dressing a little more. Could be used instead of the spot of paint, decorative articles adhere to the outside of the box, or having a paint artist images on them.

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