The most annoying piece to work on was the two end pieces for each radiator as I pretty much carved two legs. Not really difficult...just time consuming.
I decided to mass produce my radiators so I just sat down with my exacto knives and small miter saw and started cutting. Finally I had enough pieces cut and I was ready to start the assembly process.
As you can see above I used the three basic pieces that I described earlier. The two end pieces for each radiator (the ones with legs) the wide internal pieces and the small narrow pieces.
I walked away from my radiators to allow these pieces to fully dry. But it wasn’t long before I came back ready to assemble my radiators.
I then grabbed a wide piece (one with no legs) and glued that to the narrow piece that I had just added.
And now you repeat the process by gluing another narrow piece on top of that wide piece. Be sure to keep everything even at the top.
Repeat the process until you have a radiator the size that you want for your house, alternating wide with narrow pieces. The very last piece you add will be a wide piece and you will use a wide piece that has legs.
Now it’s time to step away and let everything dry! Once dry you can paint them to your specifications and you are done...mostly!