|Forum topic by ScoFF||posted 949 days ago||1652 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
949 days ago
I’m building a fairly large outer frame for a painting like I’ve done a few times in the past. I usually just go for the plain straight edges and sides but have a slight chamfer on the inside edge and set the painting inside. Normally I take the single long piece, put the chamfer on the edge using a router and then mitre the piece to make the 4 sides.
The problem this time is I forgot about the mitre and glued the frame together.
Now I have to chamfer the inside edge all glued up. What’s the best way to do this? If I use a block plane I’d come about 5 inches away from each corner before the front hits the corner. Then I’d use a chisle and try and finish it up? Is there a better way or tool that will come closer to the inside corner?
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