That is a helpful link, but I am not at all clear on some of the photos
shown: For example, the Dutchman example has such sharp inside corners that
it seems unlikely that either the cutout hole or the inlay piece was made
with the techniques that are described. Any comments on that? TIA. --
When I read the article carefully I got the same impression.
According to the author one should use the bushing in designing
templates. Well, the bushing is 9/16" and I don't see how you can get
the corners he shows in the dutchman to come out. What are we missing
I think it's possible, because they don't give an indication of the
overall size. If that's a big dutchman, then those corners might be
bigger than you expect.
OTOH, I don't think this technique is _practical_ for a sharp-cornered
shape like a neat dutchman. You could do it, but it would look ugly.
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