Jay Pique (in firstname.lastname@example.org)
| On Nov 29, 11:29 pm, email@example.com () wrote:
|| You can cut them much faster on a table saw. Put one board on top
|| of another, screw through one end into the board below. Now,
|| etiher by hand or using C clamps or whatever, bow the top board so
|| it's now-bowed edge extends over the lower board. While it's
|| stressed like this, screw down the other end to the lower board.
|| Then cut on tablesaw, & voila, one curved board. (Not sure, credit
|| to FWW I think)
| Maybe someone with a CNC router could start selling templates.
| Until then, I think this is the way to go.
| PS: I'll give someone $40 for a 4' CNC'd arc with a 2000.05" radius.
| Plus shipping. 3/8 or 1/2 inch baltic birch or similar plywood.
Would you like a 40" arc in a 48" piece - or the arc across the entire
48"? I'd be happy to take you up on that if you'll accept 1/4"
tempered hardboard or spring for the BB.
The 1/4" material is less expensive to buy and ship; and can be used
to produce additional templates out of whatever you'd /really/ like.
[ B'sides, I already have the hardboard in the shop :-) ]
DeSoto, Iowa USA