2 Jan 2015
Milled wood for legs. 8 pieces to be 2.25” square.
I now need to cut the rear legs at a 9.5 degree angle and make a tenon on the top.
Will think on this and start soon.
4 Jan 2015
Decided to use my compound mitre saw for the topknot angled tenon for the rear legs.
I cut the blank to a 9.5 degree angle and then marked out where the rest of the cut would be.
With the saw still set for a 9.5 degree setting I adjusted the depth to 3/8, with stop blocks set, and began nibbling away. Once all four were done I reversed the pieces and the angle and completed.
Next cut was a single slice 3/8 deep a 9.5 degree to the horizontal. Made cuts on both sides making adjustments as needed.
Used bandsaw in order the clip the cheeks free.
Prepared the front leg tenons in standard way.
The first challenge met.
-- T Loftus -- Just on the edge of common sense