You know, I remember them old Handmade Miter boxes, matter fact, my Father had one when I was a Child.He wasn't into woodworking thou as I am today. it was mostly used for Plumbing stuff, as he was an army man and a Plumber.
Hi Jimmy...Nice to see you here, I hope you're doing well with wood.I'm learning to use my mitter box for framing my works.It is such a simple object yet so essential. No way you can get the 45 otherwise!My regards to you and to your father... And thanks for the visit, it cheers up.fEZ.
you are very welcome. I try to make a blog entry daily on my fellow woodworkers/scrollers/crafters blog if I see new entry's and all.What you may consider, and this what I do for Uniqueness, you don't really have to have a 45Degree angle on your frames.Use Double Sided Tape, and Tape both Pieces of Wood together at a 90 Degree, Then draw a Design on the wood, Then Set your Table to bout 1.5 to 2 Degree, Experiment on scrap first to get the right fit.then Scroll out, Take the tape off, and fit the upper to the bottom, should fit together like an inlay, do this for all 4 Sides.Of course, the Old Traditional Way is really good also! Check it out sometime!Handi
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