I’ve had quite a few requests for a Vectric spice rack project, so here it is…the Culinary Apothecary! (You didn’t think I would call it just a “spice rack”, did you?) Although intended for use in the kitchen, my wife mentioned it could also be used as a bathroom shelf if the decor merits it.
This project features 2-sided machining. Pocket cuts (shelf dados), inside profiles (for shelf dowel ‘keepers’) and two drill-through holes for material alignment dowels are performed on the inside of the side panels and a detailed v-carve design is cut on the outside of each panel.
The finished dimensions for the sample are: 4.5″ Deep x 13.5″ Wide x 23″ Tall. Easily change the width by cutting the shelf and dowels longer or shorter.
This free Vectric Project requires Aspire 4 or VCarve Pro 7 or higher.
Designed by Michael Tyler, carvebuddy.com – November 2013
The sample shown was machined with a ShopBot Buddy PRSalpha BT48 CNC