The walnut curio cabinets call for a bunch of 1/4" radius half round
moldings. About 48 pieces IIRC This morning I started with two 1x10
walnut boards, 43" and 47" long.
I used a bull nose router bit on my router table to mill both edges of
both boards and then I would cut the round portion off of the boards at
the TS. I allowed the 1/2 round molding to fall off on the waste side
of the blade so I had to precisely adjust the rip fence 3/8" to cut the
opposite edge of each board.
So any way, here is what the profile looks like
And the results. I ended up with two 1/2" wide sticks after milling the
1x10 boards and about 50% more moldings than I sould need. Should I
make a tambour top now? LOL
Nope, that's only dogs way of making sure you will eventually have no
more on room in your shop to move around. DAMHIKT
(Got a new helper, I don't recognize those shoes? They look like sorta
look like something a quilter would wear?) ;)
(And, fercrissakes, Bubba ... the new is off, eh? You're letting that
Sawstop get entirely too much sawdust on it!)
Nice work, BTW ... as usual!
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