|Forum topic by RobH||posted 08-25-2009 02:41 AM||3000 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
08-25-2009 02:41 AM
This weekend I hope to get to attache the breadboard ends to the top of the table/desk. The breadboard ends are already drilled and ready. I plan on offsetting the holes that are in the tenon on the table top about 1/32” to make sure the end is pulled tight to the top.
I have built several panels with breadboard ends, and they always come out what I consider to be less than spectacular. This usually happens because I mess up elongating the non-center holes through the tenon. Every time I go to elongate the holes I mess up the offset and the breadboard end does not pull tight to the top panel.
So, how do you elongate your tenon holes so that they will still work? I would love to hear any solution.
Thanks in advance,
-- -- Rob Hix, King George, VA