Purty cool, ensuring flatness while mating. What's the process to set
up the offset?
Ask not what the world needs. Ask what makes you come
alive... then go do it. Because what the world needs
is people who have come alive. -- Howard Thurman
But but but it works for everything. I have taken a 4x8 sheet of
cherry veneer and cut it crosswise into 3 pieces and wavybitted the
three pieces together to face a sit-down bar. You can see that on my
old website www.topworks.ca
Well, Mike.... I have glued up, end-to-end panels of justabout any
veneered panels with the kind of results that made me a believer in a
hurry. Hundreds of them. (YES, Robert....hundreds)
The fact that is a solid surface joining technique doesn't make it
less effective with anything else.
It levels, extends the glue line (a half inch panel becomes a 5/8"
wide glue line) and when using a proper fence, you get that perfect
edge time and time gain.
It works, dammit.
I'm intrigued, believe me. I see that Freud has one, too.
I'm still having trouble finding a link to the "base" that I assume gets
you a perfect offset in height between the left and right pieces to be
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
That wavy bit router base is available for $ 46.00. That and the bit
will give you a system that will make you slap your forehead.
there are a couple of tricks which make it even better.
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