Corner Inlay Table #2: Dry fit

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Blog entry by Rick posted 11-26-2010 06:05 PM 1019 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 1: Months after table-top glue up Part 2 of Corner Inlay Table series Part 3: Glue up, and still trying to get done! »

The first dry fit showed some work needed on the tenons. I first cut them a shade long, even though I thought I’d left some room for glue. SO – that means I didn’t get the mortises as deep as I’d planned. But it was just the smallest of adjustments there.

I also found that the top of the legs and apron weren’t flush, so again a couple adjustments.

But with that work done, and another dry fit to see how it’s starting to come together, it might end up a table after all!

Finally, here is the stain and maple to be used for the inlay.

I’m sanding now, will begin glue up in the coming hours. I hope!

-- There are many tempting parking places on the road to success

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