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Cutting Corners

Most individuals, observing the mouldings of the broken-arched cabinet cornice and longcase clock hood below could be forgiven for thinking “What handsome/hideous mouldings” without realising the technicalities involved with the mitring of the arches and flanking straight mouldings. Fig. 1. … Continue reading

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Making a ‘Mulberry’ Corner Cabinet – Part Twelve

My current workshop is a 3m x 3m (10′ x 10′) garden shed, in which reside a bench, lathe, bandsaw, pillar drill and much of the usual woodworking paraphernalia. This results in very little actual space for constructing unfeasibly large … Continue reading

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