From our Hammer It Out series: Showcase your collectibles with an acrylic-topped case that doubles as a living room table
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A cardboard box buried in the garage is not home to your grandfather’s hand tools or your own hard-earned collectibles. Why not display them properly, in a coffee table with recessed inserts and a removable top that you build yourself? With little more than a few lengths of lumber, some studs, and a sheet of acrylic, you’ll have a DIY display coffee table that’s suitably handsome for the history on display.
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Our shade table cutting list is based on table legs with a 2¼ by 2¼ inch section at the top, 5 inches long. This unturned part of the post provides the flats for attaching the apron pieces; its width will affect the dimensions of the table frame, so be sure to adjust your measurements accordingly if you go with different sized legs.
Using a miter saw, cut the 1×5 apron pieces and the 1×1 support strips and screw strips to size.
On each apron piece, glue and place a long support strip flush with the bottom edge and a short screw strip flush with each end. The supports will hold the bottom of the plywood screen. The screw strips create a block for attaching the apron pieces to the legs. To attach the strips, first glue them in place using a pneumatic nail gun and 1¼-inch nails. Then, using a drill bit, drill pilot holes in the strips and sink a 1¼-inch screw through the strip and into the apron.
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Apply wood glue to the edge of the apron assembly and place it on the leg so that everything is flat on the top and inside of the leg as shown. Drill pilot holes through the bolt strip and into the leg, then secure with 1¼-inch screws. Continue joining each leg and apron piece until the perimeter of the base is complete.
Place the table base upside down on the floor. Align the inner edges of the apron with the outer edges of the bottom of the screen so that the frame would slide across the floor if it weren’t for the screw strips at the corners. Mark the outline of the screw strips at each corner, as shown.
Using a jigsaw, cut notches for the screw strips at each corner of the bottom of the screen. Insert the bottom into the table base so that it rests on the support strips along the bottom edge of each apron piece. Fasten the bottom in place with 1-inch nails.
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Turn the ends of each table frame piece and the 1×1 lip piece at opposing 45 degree angles. The details on the top edge of the baseboard should line the inside of the frame.
Apply wood glue to the 1×1 edge strips and lay them flat on their respective frame parts, flush with the outer edges and rounded ends. Using the pneumatic nail gun, attach the edge strips to the frame pieces using 1-inch nails.
After all the frame parts and strips are constructed, apply wood glue and a touch of cyanoacrylate glue to their edges, one joint at a time. Bring the corners together to create a rectangle, then nail from the outside edge through each rounded joint using 1¼-inch nails.
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Using a permanent marker, draw lines on the acrylic sheet using powder. Cut along the lines using a jigsaw with a metal cutting blade.
TOH TIP: To prevent the jigsaw shoe from scraping the acrylic, tape painter’s tape to the underside.
Place the acrylic sheet on the base of the table so that, as you look down, its corners match the corners of the legs. Place the frame on top so that it snaps around the acrylic and legs. Fill the fastener holes and joints with wood filler, then stain and paint the entire assembly.
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Get the latest This Old House news, insider tips, tricks and DIY smartphone projects from our experts – straight to your inbox. ecuatorianos, plátano macho (musa paradisiaca) and el physalis (physalis peruviana l.). In this occasion we will present only one of the products that is the physalis or uvilla as it is colloquially called in its country of origin, Ecuador.
The uvilla (physalis peruviana l.) is a plant belonging to the Solanaceae family and its fruits grow and mature inside their caliz. Su origen is a confused feather created que fue en los Andes sudamericanos como Perú (Leggue, 1974), Brazil (CRFG, 1997) and Ecuador (Bartholomaus et al., 1990).
Principality, vice and tropical zone in America, Antilles and Australia. Según algunas fuentes los principales países producedos de uvilla son Colombia, South Africa, New Zealand, Kenya, India, Italy, Argentina, South Africa, Reino Unido, Canada, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Honduras and Peru. A nivel mundial los principales países exportadores son: Zimbabwe, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Kenya, South Africa, Peru, Bolivia and Mexico. (Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería, Acuacultura y Pesca, 2011, Ecuador, FAO 1982).
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El género de las “physaloides” includes 90 and 100 species (D`Arcy, 1991; Martínez, 1998) and una de las cometibles hoy día es la physalis peruviana, también conocida como ochuvaeheri, leprosy, .
Simple fruits are considered “alimentarily functional” which Harman (2004) singles out, they are immuno-stimulants, anti-cancer, antibacterial, antiviral and diuretic. Además se le contribuen propiedades medicinales suches como purificar la sangre, diminuir la album de los riñones, aliviar problemas en la Garganta, fortificar el nervio optica, limpiar las cataratas y controlar la amibiacidónón Universe de unibiaciónónor de Planación Nacional, 1994). It is a source of provitamin A and vitamin C (Herman, 1994b).
Dentro del estamos trabajando intensamente sobre fermentaciones. Visit our website. Las catas han sido de tipo affectivas con el simple objetivo de lograr una respuesta positiva o negativ de la acceptance of the fermentation of the fruits.
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We have been inspired by a Japanese technique and customs to ferment fruit lactically as for example the well-known “umeboshi”. La palabra “ume” or albaricoque japonés es realente una ciruela (prunnus mume, armeniaca mume) siendo la traducción literally “ciruela seca”. El “umeboshi” is the traditional usage for hacker “umeshu” liquor macera to “umeboshi”.
In the case of umeboshi, it is a Japanese apricot that is cultivated in early summer when it is starting to change its color from green to yellow and is preserved through lactic fermentation in salted water for a few hours. Seguido se deshidratan al sol y se conservan semi-secos. Normally they are of roho color due to the fact that they ferment with red shiso leaves, but they also exist without shiso. The most common way to consume them in Japan is inside a cup of té bacha, desalados en tempura or the most significant one in a bowl with rice (hinomau bento, hacienda referencia a la bandera japonesa). (Hossing, R., 2001)
El objetivo de este desarrollo es conseguir physalis fermentado similar to a product of Japanese llamado “umeboshi” of great courage gastronomico fomentando su uso y difundirlo en calidad de nuevo producto andino commercializable en todo el mundo.
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It is called the mobile process where glucose is used to obtain energy, in which glucose is partially oxidized and where the waste product is lactic acid, traditionally used in the elaboration of mainly fragmented products, lambic-type cervezas as much as vegetables and frutas como sauerkraut, kimchi o umeboshi.
La fermentación láctica occur in three phases; In the beginning, anaerobic bacteria like Klebsiella and Enterobacter actuán de manera mayor en la fermentation, they also produce environmental acids that are favorable for the next bacteria. The second phase begins when the environment is very acidic for the majority of bacteria and Leuconostoc mesenteroides and other Leuconostoc spp. toman control. En la tercera fase various Lactobacillus fermentan cualquier azúcar remanente y banan el pH.
These bacteria have the great characteristic of being halophilic, unlike many other microorganisms that die in saline conditions, that’s why lactic fermentations have always been related to percentages of salt, impreínimo de salt, un m2% habla de salt in relation to total del peso de lo que se vaya a fermentar. The salt in this case also creates a selective environment for the lactic bacteria to live in, it extracts the water from the products by osmosis, accelerating the fermentation. In the case of “umeboshi” it is traditionally made with 20%-25% salt, but it can be found in