Small TV stands are not alien to most homes. Most homes have several. For those homes with small TVs, put it on a large stand not make sense. Also, no one wants to pay for a big TV stands to put a 19-inch TV. Building one that fits your needs is the easiest way to solve the problem. Choose the wood that best suits your needs. Remember that it is wood that is best for painting or dyeing.
Put two pieces of 18-by-24-by-3/4-inch oak plywood on a work table. Measure from one end and make 3/4 15 1/4 and 16 inches marks. Put the angle hook on the marks and draw lines over the 18-inch width. These are the side pieces. Drill two within an inch from the front and rear edges and one in the middle. In addition to the pilot holes for the TV stands, drill holes up a 24-inch edge every 6 inches. Drill one within an inch of the corners and keep them within 3/4 inch of the edge.
Set the 24-by-24-by-3/4-inch plywood piece on the worktop so that the grain runs horizontally (the back of the TV bench). Apply glue to the edges on each end and place it between the two sidepieces on the back. Attach it to the scarf through the guide holes with 4-ore surface nails. Place the stand on the back. Apply glue to the 17 2/4-inch edges of the two pieces of 24-by-17 1/4-by-3/4-inch plywood. Place them between the rows and at the bottom of the TV stand sides. Attach them to the sides with 4-ear nails. Clean up excess glue with a damp cloth.
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