I am building for my mom a self standing knive drawer with butcher
clock cutting board on top. The plans in my book call for the false
drawer front to be about 10 inches long and 2 and 1/4 inches wide. It
does not call for it but could I cut the drawer front similar to the
way you cut for a raised panel so it matches the drawers in my kitchen
or is this wood not wide enough? (You know the "bevel" look on the
drawer face for lack of a better term. Can you give me advice on how to
set up a table saw for this? My book shows how but only for raised
panel cuttign a larger piece of wood such as a door.
At some point in your life - both woodworking and regular - you are
going to have to make a decision all on your own. It makes little
difference whether you use a saw or router (about which you did not ask)
except that most router bits that bevel are 45 degrees. If that's what
you want, fine; if not you can either buy a router bit with a different
bevel (limited choice) or use your saw.
As far as what angle for the saw blade, that is entirely optional. WTF
angle do you want? Make a decision...
On 4/13/2006 8:35 AM stryped mumbled something about the following:
It's archived now.
Why don't you start doing a little research on your own? I expect my 5
yr old grandson to ask how to do everything, but by the time he's 10, he
better be doing some research on his own, not asking for every step like
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