- Steve made a set of corner radius jigs. It's the tower of radii :) Nice work! ・・・ Made myself a set of corner radius jigs today using info in a video from Great video Kriss, your technique worked like a charm.
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Wood slabs can make great tables. The problem is getting them flat. The coolest slabs are usually too big to go through a planer or sander, and end grain slabs shouldn’t go through a planer anyway. Fortunately, there is an easy way to flatten any oversized board using a shop-made jig and a router. Here’s how.
You can close a small miter gap by rubbing it with a screwdriver shank or any hard, smooth tool. We used the end of a utility knife. That crushes the wood fibers inward to make the gap disappear. Even professional woodworkers sometimes resort to this crude trick.
Let's find a used work desk with lots of small drawers! "Bench Tips - Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts. Really good tips to help you keep your work space organized, as well as lots of pointers on technique.