|Project by JoshLawson||posted 05-05-2012 05:48 PM||3724 views||2 times favorited||11 comments|
Here’s a crib I made a couple of years ago, it’s very similar to two other cribs that I’ve made. I don’t particularly like working with Hickory, but it looks pretty good so long as you are going for wild color changes.
One thing I thought you fellow LumberJocks might be interested in is the Jig I made to cut giant circles (16’ diameter)
It’s a pretty simple jig, I had one of my friends CNC some 1/2” polycarbonate base plates for the router end and the pin (which sets the center of the circle). Then I connected the two pieces with some T-Nuts and an 8’ piece of 80/20 extruded aluminum T-Slot stock. The beauty of the 80/20 is that it provide an infinitely adjustable radius.
I’ve used it on a number of projects and it really is a great jig to have around. With a good solid carbide spiral bit, it cuts perfect arcs, every time. I just do a quick touch up with sandpaper and it’s good to go.
-- Josh Lawson - Ankeny, Iowa