Thursday, February 2, 2017

Beveled Edges - A New Instructable in the Woodworking Elements Series

This time I explained how to use the scrap from cutting a beveled edge of a board to check the accuracy of the angle.  I use compounding error by  stacking up segments of the scrap to exaggerate the angular error to make it easier to see how much to correct and to make it clear when your angle is close enough to what you want!


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