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Planer spit my board back at me

04-12-2017 05:04 PM by ScottinVa | 16 comments »

I didn’t want to be the last woodworker on earth to make an end-grain board. Thought a couple very, very, light passes through the planer with the shelix head would be the perfect way to clean and level the top. :(

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Techniques & Methods #2: Fixing Messed-up Blind Dovetails

08-04-2009 05:50 AM by PurpLev | 16 comments »

As I mentioned in my recent workbench blog, I had used inverted dovetail joinery to connect the skirt of the benchtop to the endcap. just like Arabian Nights, there are 1001 stories why joinery can get screwed up- mine were rushing + miscalculating + lack of experience + other. All of these matter not, and the end result is a misaligned, crooked, awfully looking, and unacceptable dovetail fit: you can plainly see the tearout and large gaps between the mating parts, and the misalignment on ...

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