Ok, I must just be getting old, or maybe I was never really quite as sharp
as I once thought.
I am putting a simple oak cap on an iron hand rail. Does not seem to be too
intricate, but it is currently kickin my butt! I cannot get the pieces to
match up after I cut them to fit the return on each end.
When I have the angle just right, the thickness of the wood itself no longer
mates up. It's like I would have to trim down the sides of the returns, as
they appear thicker than the center piece. The center piece has both ends
cut at 90 degrees, and the returns are angled to mate. Should I angle the
center piece to half the return angles? Will that make the pieces actually
I know, w/o pictures this probably makes no sense, but I am a worse artist
than I am a woodworker...
Maybe I would be better off gardening or something <sigh>