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  • Maxwell
    started a topic Frame for painting

    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.

  • Roy in Thunder Bay
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    I preferred the frame with the natural colour, but the customer must be respected. Very nice work. Roy

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  • Maxwell
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    My sister-inlaw wanted the frame stained,
    So here it is, I finished it last night.

    Stained.
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    Finished.
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    Complete.
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    Have a great weekend everyone.
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  • MartyFromKingston
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    I really liked your router table and how you're set up the fence: simple and effective.

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  • Woodwreck
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    Yes, great photography, also like the included snips of your studio.

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  • Maxwell
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    Originally posted by bkrits View Post
    I would guess the lady will be well pleased with that, all her friends will hear about you. well done.
    I like that you ran the 5th piece of wood I presume as you set up piece.
    Yes the lady / artist is my sister in law, I hope she will be happy with it.
    Also yes the fifth piece was my setup block / reserve if I screwed up, somewhere along the way.
    Thank you, have a great coming week.

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  • John Bartley
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    Great series of photos and story ! Frame looks good and so does the painting. I'm a sucker for paintings by unknown artists

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  • bkrits
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    I would guess the lady will be well pleased with that, all her friends will hear about you. well done.
    I like that you ran the 5th piece of wood I presume as you set up piece.

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  • Maxwell
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    Mitres are done, and the painting fits.
    Enjoy today.

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  • bkrits
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    Very nice

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  • Maxwell
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    Today I ran the rebate for the painting and 20 deg bevel on the inside edge.
    Here's a sneak peek at the first mitre.
    Have a happy Sunday.
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  • Glenn from Winnipeg
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    Nice to see these projects/tutorials coming back. Nice work. Thanks for posting.

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  • rangerdave1
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    Nice work. Thanks for posting. It’s nice to see the progression

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  • Maxwell
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    Third pass, 1/2 Dia. Core box bit.

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    Fourth pass, chair rail bit.

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    Fifth & final pass, 1/2" Dia. core box bit again.

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    Next, the rabbets/rebates for the painting canvas, and the retaining hardware.
    Also remove some of the wood on the back side to make it a little lighter.
    Then sanding sanding sanding, everyones favourite.
    Have a great weekend.
    Last edited by Maxwell; 01-19-2019, 05:57 PM.

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  • Maxwell
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    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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