|Project by Roger Strautman||posted 01-10-2010 01:12 PM||1350 views||1 time favorited||5 comments|
This past week I had a local lumber company contact me about turning 4 handrail posts and 4 dresser legs. They supplied to glue up pieces for both projects.
For the 22” H. turned handrail post they needed 4 halves made out of poplar so I had them glue up two pieces for turning that had paper, you can see that they used a piece of blueprint paper, glued in the center between the halves of each piece to be turned. Now after I turned them I could separate them by running a chisel down the paper joint.
The dresser legs made of maple and are 3 1/2” H. turned with a spigot on the ends for mounting.
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