Am I right in thinking that most timber yards and B&Q will cut wood to size?
I could do with making a fairly convoluted wedge shaped box, and having
someone else do the hacking up would be very handy. Is this sort of thing
normally charged per cut?
The other question is about the construction of the box - where the pointy
end of the wedge meets, what's the best way to get a good join? I'm planning
on using birch ply, and my current thoughts are to make a wedge shaped
batten (baton?) from something that's not ply with a plane, then glue and
screw the lot together, unless cutting a very neat angle at the end is
- posted 12 years ago