Now you're just using big pieces of wood again. Where's the build up?
Or did you mean that all of this was building up to something else? :w00t:
Thanks, ^^^^^^So you rounded over the edge and coped the sides over the full length head?
I made some trim to match an old bricker from 1877 that had a full 1" round over that was done like that and some had the head wrap to the sides.
You need a taller/wider apron.
To make it really stand out, run a cool old style casing along the outside of the casing you have now.
You could also add a strapping/band around the whole outside of it. You could do it to the apron but, sometimes it gets too busy.
If I read that right, thats kind of what I had intended, but every time I made a cut, or changed router bits, for examples. Ideas changed.
Its funny how other peoples taste, changes the turn out of a project.
At least put a wider apron and stop buying lumber that has a bar code on it.
Honestly if I really knew of a good place that wasn't way, way, out of my way.
Around here, all the good ol boy lumber yards I knew of, are gone. :sad:
And whats left is so overly priced to start with, old materials, etc...
I can't stand to take the hit.
I got this stuff on sale @ Menards, FYI
Nice work though.
Yeah, no harm no foul, its just screwed to the horses, isn't project material,Did I detect a footprint between the jigsaw and the sander?
I still don't know what the point is.
I definetly need to mark it off the list.u can replace the 2x4's on those ponies right?
Nice work though and I love that you love it.:notworthy