Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'cove cutting'

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Rocking Chair Build #6: Update on Arm Shaping

10-26-2011 07:12 AM by Topapilot | 1 comment »

I just sent an email off to Hal asking questions on some of my progress, and I realized I had taken some pics that I had not posted. I built a jig to cove the arms; it is designed to hold the arm billets in place with three threaded rods, and to hold the jig at an angle to the saw blade. Here are pics: This shows the jig in action on the table saw. The square frame holds the billet in place with three rods. the rods are epoxyed into wood handles and run through threaded inserts screwed...

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The Craftsman's Path #65: Sculpted Rocking Chair - Rough Shaping the Arms

12-12-2009 06:26 AM by Mark Mazzo | 4 comments »

With the shaping of the legs completed. I moved on to working on the arms. The rough sha;ping is done with a jig at the table saw and a cove-cutting process. Take a look at the post at my blog for details and a bunch of pictures of the process. Thanks for reading!

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