Perhaps I should have said that this was more of a concept question.
BTW that does seem like a great price.
I am looking to come up with a way to make such a shaped comb as the router
templates. Possibly for some other purpose and perhaps in some other
size/dimension but the idea being that if two of them were put together
offset they could nest in each others curves.
There has to be a way to do it. I figure at some point a collared or bearing
guided router can go around a squared off shape perhaps pretty narrow and
make a curve. For example if I made a comb of say 1/4" wide strips 3/4 apart
and went around them with a 1/4" bit in a 1/2" collar or something like
that.... Or perhaps rather than making a comb and tracing it, make whatever
the opposite of a comb is.. series of stopped channels wide enough that
tracing in and out of them would cut out the curved combs..... I know you
can make curves from square corners, all you have to do is see what happens
when you trace the inside of a square frame with a router to see that. So
somehow one could make a very careful squared shape then follow it with a
properly collared but and make a comb.
I am sure I am not explaining this correctly, but I am sure someone out
there intimately understands the math/physics of this well enough to say
something that starts like... "All you gotta do is..."
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