Some years ago, my Mother bought a very interesting table, complete with four chairs, at a local auction. Upon her passing, I received this table and we’ve used it a number of times since. Truth be told, it’s used every day. It norm...
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Location: St. Clements, Manitoba, Canada
After 17 years in the world of IT, I decided to try my hand at woodworking for fun and profit. I'm certain of the "fun" part, I'm less confident of the "profit" part however.
-- "The difference between school and real life is that in real life the tests come first, and then the lessons" -- Robert Lang, 360 Woodworking
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Like the top trim, I created the bottom trim on my router table, this time using a large bead/roundover bit and a small bead bit. I then set up my new Incra miter gauge on the table saw and mitered the trim. The miters came out really good, but ...
The table gets big square feet with a slight taper. I cut some 8/4 oak then mitered it at 45 deg, glued the miter, crosscut to 2.5” then tapered at 10 deg on the table saw. I then ran a slight roundover on each edge with the router table. ...