coat-stand - corner joint and coat hook solution

By IFlorianI | Created August 30th, 2020 | Published August 31st, 2020 | Updated August 31st, 2020

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I have attached two furniture details that I want to share with you. An alternative mortise and tenon joint for furniture corners and a simple, functional coat hook design for jackets, scarves and much more

30 min

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Furniture

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The corner joint works with any material thickness greater than 11mm. The thicker the material, the deeper the miter has to be cut (see short guidance) I used a 25mm round rod made of pine wood for the clothes rails. However, any other shape, material and thickness is conceivable here. you may need some scrap material for sacrificial plates, etc.
basic Handtools + clamps Shaper Origin +Workstation - standard router bits: 3mm spiral upcut router bit 6mm spiral upcut router bit 15 degree Dovetail router bit (hand-held router with a rebate cutter) hand-held circular saw with rail or a table saw as an alternative
here´s a links for the surface laminate used: https://www.forbo.com/flooring/de-de/produkte/linoleum/furniture-linoleum/furniture-linoleum/bq9ncb#4179 I have attached a pdf to my files with a detailed description and photos of the manufacturing process. For the coat hook solution, I only used the design options on the Shaper, which is why there is no extra file included. However, in the short guidance I explain in detail how I proceeded. Here are links to my instagram accounts with more projects I did in the past: @_sepparee_ @polyholz @_flomeigel_ I look forward to any kind of feedback. Have fun!

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