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Quite the showy piece, beautiful wood. It will make the blandest of quits look like a prize winner.
 

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Quite the showy piece, beautiful wood. It will make the blandest of quits look like a prize winner.

- therealSteveN
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nice work,i love the design and wood combo is beautiful.
 

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Very nice! Love the design!
 

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Lovely design.

So, how did you do the panel groove? Trying to get my mind around the "how did he do that?"
 

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Beautiful design and build!!!!!!!!!!! I love it.

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Lovely design.

So, how did you do the panel groove? Trying to get my mind around the "how did he do that?"

- BB1
I'll post a couple process pics with an explanation soon. Need to get to my desk top computer for the pics.
 

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Lovely design.

So, how did you do the panel groove? Trying to get my mind around the "how did he do that?"

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I created a template of the curved frame. The joinery is mortise and loose tenon. I left the outside of the pieces square until the inside was complete and glued up with the panel in place. To rout the grove and flush trim the interior I dry fit the pieces together and with my air nail gun attached some scrap in areas to be cut away later to hold it all together for routing. Plenty of double stick tape on the template helps too.




 

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