|Forum topic by jdmaher||posted 298 days ago||743 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
298 days ago
Thinking ahead to a future project (next year?). Cabinet back will be made of butternut boards, and I like the idea of beaded tongue and groove, but had no idea how to do that.
Saw a Roy Underhill episode yesterday that showed how to do it with hand tools. Basically, make a tongue & groove joint, then use just the right molding plane to add the bead to the tongue side.
Well, how about power tools?
Google found me an approach nicely designed by Valfortools for CMT that results in a V-Groove Beaded Tongue and Groove. That looks really good to me.
Has anyone used this approach? Or, got another solution?
-- Jim Maher, Illinois