|Forum topic by jonlan||posted 04-03-2016 11:15 PM||698 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
04-03-2016 11:15 PM
Im wondering if anyone has any advice on how to make a ‘larks tongue’ end to a stopped chamfer. Something like this…
I have a chamfering bit for my router table and could easily cut this without the stops, but Im not sure on how to achieve the sloped stopped ends. If I stop the chamfer on the router table I wont get that gradual slope to the end. I imagine I need to find a way to slowly move the work piece away from the bit at the end, but I can’t sort out in my mind how I would actually do that. Tomorrow I’ll go out and try a couple of tests to see if I can make it work but I was wondering if anyone has done this before and had some advice.
Also – I’ve only heard it called a ‘larks tongue’ through a couple of google searches so that may be off on the terminology.