Yin and Yang

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Blog series by Jim Jakosh updated 12-19-2016 02:12 AM 1 part 2851 reads 20 comments total

Part 1: My process for cutting a Yin and Yang pattern.

12-19-2016 02:12 AM by Jim Jakosh | 20 comments »

I use maple and walnut and start with the maple stacked on a piece of walnut because the pattern on maple is easier to see when cutting. I have two sizes shown here and have finished products from both.I start by drawing tangent circles and then drawing a circle around the both of them. It is important to draw these accurately because I sand to the lines for fitting the pieces together/ Then I cut on the outside of one circle and the inside of the other and never cross the line because...

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