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Frame Rework

The fit of the frame sides is not good and the color worse.spending time analyzing my mistakes it is clear that I ahve not cut the Tenons straight again. The mortises are fine but there needs to be more foocus when I remove the wood for the tenons. Try again.

Taking more care I measured and chiseled out knife wall for the saw cuts. The lumber already looks a better match. The preparation gives me time to consider how to make the Tenons. More care with the router plane and perhaps a longer bed on theplane would help. Roughing the tenon out with a saw, I then take the router plane to size and hopefully maintain a square tenon.

While I’m sharpening my router I also notice the angled blade which I have never used. Giving it a whirl I find it cuts well and I like the fact that I am putting less pressure into the cut. Perhaps this has been causing me to lean the router slightly and ending with an angled tenon.

 

 

 

Categories: Hanging Tool Cabinet
  1. May 15, 2016 at 3:26 pm

    Don’t want to tell you something you may already know but….. it’s the teacher in me! When I use my large, old Stanley router plane for tenons I either put two tenons end to end or have a piece of stock the thickness of the board being tenoned in front of it. This way I can support the router plane parallel to the tenon. Any hints on sharpening those pesky router plane blades?

  2. May 15, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    The teacher in you is much appreciated. Lots of things to learn! The verita blades have a little jig that helps some with the sharpening, but in reality I think there is an opportunity for a small tool maker to come up with a solution.

  3. Sylvain
    May 21, 2016 at 3:59 am

    As you follow Paul Sellers,
    You probably have seen this (router plate extension: 2d picture):
    https://paulsellers.com/2014/01/questions-answered-can-fix-twisted-doors/

    about the spear point cutter:
    https://paulsellers.com/2014/10/questions-answered-what-are-pointed-blades-for-on-router-planes/

    Sylvain

    • May 21, 2016 at 6:12 am

      Thanks for the links

  4. Sylvain
    May 21, 2016 at 10:35 am

    Better picture and explanation here:
    https://paulsellers.com/2013/12/making-bed/
    Sylvain

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