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Posted on rounding over edges and corners

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handi

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#1 posted 08-23-2009 10:41 PM

For my money, you need to break the edges as little as possible. When I look at a piece, sharp details are a sign of skill. When I see things all rounded over, it tends to look amature in my eyes, like it was sanded too much.

You need to break a little, finish sticks poorly to sharp corners, but go very easy.

My two cents,

Ralph

-- www.consultingwoodworker.com


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