|Forum topic by Kyle Jones||posted 05-19-2016 08:34 PM||447 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
05-19-2016 08:34 PM
So…...I am gluing together a chess board. I have gotten all the strips together and the thought of trying to cut across the board (without a table saw) and re-glue everything the other direction is a tad unappealing. So, what I am thinking is this: since I’ve been using pretty much scrap wood for this project there are already some irregular gaps between some of the strips, and I bet I could take a dremel and make those gaps uniform and then go the other direction to carve out borders around the squares. It might be different to have some depth on the playing surface itself.
What I am thinking in terms of order of steps after the glue is dry is:
Any thoughts/comments/things I should be on the lookout for?
Thanks in advance