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anthm27

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#1 posted 04-09-2019 12:13 AM


I would work the backs on the bandsaw, and the seat parts before glue up on the bandsaw as well and clean up with a small plane or spoke shave. Other methods of chipping out the waste with a power tool of sorts will be messy in the extreme.

- BlueRidgeDog

I would work the backs on the bandsaw, and the seat parts before glue up on the bandsaw as well and clean up with a small plane or spoke shave. Other methods of chipping out the waste with a power tool of sorts will be messy in the extreme.
- BlueRidgeDog

+1 id say the bandsaw would be the easiest,if you have one, otherwise robs method will get it done.

- pottz

Thanks for the input Blue Ridge and Pottz, I only wish I did have a band saw, one day I will, but here in Hong Kong I just simply dont have the room to have one set up.

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Anth

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