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Start Reassemble The Saw Starting The Addition Actual Riser Block 6 Inch Tall Final Re Saw Capacity 12 Inch Block Markings Designate Front And Back Of The Saw

Start Reassemble The Saw Starting The Addition Actual Riser Block 6 Inch Tall Final Re Saw Capacity 12 Inch Block Markings Designate Front And Back Of The Saw Job Site Tips Part II

Published at Monday, 10 December 2018. Industrial Machinery. By .

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Job Site Tips Part II

cabinetmaker's triangle
Make it uncomplicated to Stack Resewn Pieces
Re sawing a board into narrow, pliable slice allows you to produce curved shapes by bending and gluing the pieces around a form—a process called “bent lamination.” Marking the board with the cabinetmaker’s triangle allows you to reassemble the thin pieces as they came from the board, so the lamination closely―resembles a single piece of bent wood.

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