Here you can see the difference in the profile when I used the correct guide bearing… Lots of sanding… I had a small blowout from scraping the glue off of one of the panels and there was some pretty deep grain , so I deci...
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General purpose gear head, CAD jockey, CNC tool junky & DIY glutton for punishment...
I was bit with the woodworking bug when my dad custom made built-in desks, bookshelves, cabs and mantle in our family home.
After a decade in the navy, I punched out and built a timber frame house in Maine. And after 15 years, three kids, a large addition and a few out buildings, I'm calling the place done.
Currently work as an industrial packaging engineer and I'm setting up a man cave in the basement to make shaker and A&C style furniture.
Jer. 29:11 :^)
-- Pine is fine, but Oak's no joke!
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The Amana AGM raised panel set I’m using has a back cutter and came set up with a large bearing. Everything turned out great, but I did think that the depth of the Ogee wasn’t quite what I thought it should be and the panels don...
Went to Home Depot today and bought sanding sponges, sand paper and a nice little sanding block… All hand sanding tonight, working through the grits 150 – 180 – 220 Then I vacuumed the panels, blew them off with air, wi...
Santa gave me a multi-tool for Christmas and I used a Home Depot gift card to buy some accessories for it. I picked up a Dremel profile sanding kit. Turns out the radius of one of the profiles matches the concave section of my raised panel Ogee,...
All six are done. All were routed in one shot. Follow on passes made here and there to even up the cuts. This one is my favorite and will go on the front face for sure…