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Making The Very Small Wooden Hinge....part ll

10-26-2016 01:54 AM by DanielP | 7 comments »

After flattening and cutting to length the hinge “halves” are now ready for scoring and gluing. The scoring is to create a small channel as a guide for the drill bit. I was tilting my flat tooth saw blade to 45 degrees and running the pieces across just barely touching the blade. This works OK for getting down as small as a 1/16” pivot hole but I wanted to go smaller. The guitar supply place (name escapes me) carries a .023 wide 6” diameter blade for fret cutting guitars. I bought this and rigged it up with my Skil Saw attached to the bottom of some MDF with the blade just barely sticking through. It works great with just the right amount of down pressure. (noti...

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