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  • Frame for painting

    The lady I finished the mantle for last week, gave me the oak cut offs from that project.
    I am going to be producing a frame for painting she has done, from those cut offs.

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    Oak pieces 12-13" W x 30-36" L x 2.5-3" T

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    Oak billets roughed out for the frame pieces.
    Painting canvas is 3/4" T, Moulding profile is approx. 1.5" T

    Have a great week, everyone.
    https://www.red9designs.ca
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    Re: Frame for painting

    Built this this week, to help with machining the profile for the picture frame.
    Bought a fancy cast router table top and a woodpeckers lift, many years ago.
    Both work great just never got around to the fence or a cabinet.
    Thanks to Lee Valley for the dust chute, and 1/4-20 knobs.
    Front of the fence has holes for more 1/4-20 bolts an knobs for zero clearance attachments.
    Have a great coming week everyone.

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      Re: Frame for painting

      First piece of the profile is a done with 3 or 4 passes over a core box bit.

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      Second bit of the profile was done with 2 passes over a 1/2" round over bit.

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      Have a good week.
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