A couple of days ago, I caught the ending of David Marks' Woodworks program
and he was doing a burl veneer table. He briefly showed how he used a
mirror to figure out how to position the burl, or something like that. I
missed it, and it was just him going over the highlights.
What exactly was he doing with the mirror? Is it a common practice or
technique? I'm just curious and would like to learn about it some more.
See this link.
Read the passage on Book Matching and Butt Matching.
What Marx was doing was use mirrors to see what the butt
match (or it's more common name "end match") would look like
before cutting into the veneer leaves.
i thought what he did with that one was diamond matched...but then
again, i was informed by SWMBO that i was drooling on my chest and
snoring during most of that episode a few weeks ago. . .
Nor I. I've read far too many of the "articles" on DIYNet, but can't get the
show. After reading the articles, I didn't care.
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