Hi Brianbrianhabby":1p5ovtec said:Mike, that's exactly what we did, see the pic below.
Just a quick question about the shooting board. I know one of the secrets of perfect mitres is that opposite sides must be exactly equal, but how do you achieve that when using the shooting board? You can't use a stop.
Thanks for sharing that info Brian,I like the look of it. would be nice to see it when its finished.brianhabby":3a7kpamt said:That's correct Dave. The end piece (walnut) extents a little at the bottom to make feet for the box. They were a bit spindly to start with so were thickened up by adding a piece on the foot end.
Digit":1b2urh9b said:I've used the same technique for the top of boxes, it permits a of a fairly thick lid that can be recessed into the sides to hold everything square and the trims then hide the edges of the lid.