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devonwoody

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The wife needed a frame for that kingisher:










I did need a paper thin veneer piece to close the gap. :wink:
 

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Thats fantastic needle work and the frames not bad either.

Did you hand cut the mitres?
 

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Waka, it was cut with the sliding table on the scheppach2500ci. and the fit up at the end required a .5mm shaving to close the gap. I think this can be improved on the next time by using a clean wooden stop on the sliding arm. I think a mitred end point most probably crept under the aliminum stop arm that comes with the scheppach.
 

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Nice looking frame Devon, but I am waiting to see that saw of yours in the kitchen as you seem to work there more than in the shop! :wink:
 

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