Richard .Sherlock: You do great work. keep the videos coming im peeking up some tips Thank You
Rob I: What kind of wood is the actual spline? Did you purchase it as spline or did you make it into spline yourself?
Samuel Torres: Great job with the music choice, by the way! Polished industrial-type feel.
The Apprentice and The Journeyman: Thanks! These were made just prior to Christmas. Lots of presents to hand out.
Cerbenix: Very cool looking frames. But why did you make so many of them? :d
The Apprentice and The Journeyman: Glenn...
At 1:22...the jig is flipped over. The underside of the jig shows that there are 45 degree angled braces. These angled braces support the bed of the jig. The braces also add width to each side of the jig. So, at 1:15 it may look like the side could fall into the miter gauge slot, it cannot because the jigs underside width.
Good eye tho...
Thanks for watching & commenting.
arboristBlairGlenn: At 1:15, you made an adjustment where the jig end rides over the tablesaw slot. This could cause the jig to move during the cut if it catches in the slot. Might want to increase the outside piece on the jig.
The Apprentice and The Journeyman: Yep...know what you mean. QR codes too.
Jim Steinbrecher: UPC code on the backer piece. Ha, this bugs my wife when I don't remove them.
The Apprentice and The Journeyman: Thanks! Yes, I do make a number of picture frames in my woodworking demonstrations. It is a great way of showing many useful woodworking techniques. If you watch a video once, you will be entertained. If you watch the videos and then re-watch them, you will learn. You will find a lot of wonderful techniques. These tips will improve your woodworking and make it more enjoyable. Thanks for watching.
The Apprentice and The Journeyman: You're quite welcome. I hope you find it useful.
0372mr335: Thank you for taking the time to demonstrate this!
The Apprentice and The Journeyman: @BradburyGuy
The dedicated miter sled for the bandsaw allows for safe cutting of smaller material. It makes for quick and easy work. It's a great way to utilize scrap material.
Guy Bradbury: The way you cut the triangular splines is sweet!! Very little waste to remove.
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