Hiya, strangers. I've finally worked up a web page detailing the
progress on my first woodworking project. It's a cover for the radiator
in my living room.
Now, while the _project_ is complete, the _page_ is not; I still have to
get some decent photos taken of the finished project, and some of the
clickable photos aren't working. But there's enough material on the
page for me to feel comfortable in asking people to Have a Look.
The page is at http://www.briansiano.com : just click on "The Radiator
Cover project" in the left-hand menu.
Very impressive for a first piece. I like the design.
Re: the router tearout on the corners of the cloud lift, I think you're
stuck with that - it's not something you can avoid by "going more
carefully". If you cut in that direction against the grain, then you're
going to see problems however you do it. It's better to turn the piece
over so you can work the other direction, even if this makes the
templating more difficult.
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