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Posted on chamfer on table top

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#1 posted 07-20-2017 12:58 PM

Get a spokehshave, chisels, rasps and
files and make the parts.
Don t forget to charge good money
for your time taking over somebody
else s problem.
- Loren

Have to agree with Loren there, but i’d likely build a 90* jig base for my router to keep it dead flat & stable on the edge and use that big chamfer bit to get the cuts done and then finish/finesse with a spoke shave

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