Figure 1: Roman Ogee router bit makes a good profile on the door frame
So, for a novice wood ruiner, my books tell me I’ve made some correct guesses about how to build doors. The selection of the Roman Ogee router bit to make my own door frame stock was a good idea. It halves the cost of the frames, and I can say it’s unique to the project (because the depth-of-cut personalizes the profile a little bit (many slightly different profiles possible).
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Figure 1: The big iron Besse clamps are indispensable it seems to me
This page starts the next project, which is the build-out of the north dining room wall with glass-case (and other) cabinetry. The purpose of the cases is to display a significant collection of antique Tiffin glass (circa 1870 – 1925). It’s quite beautiful, so needs cabinetry to match. This may be a tall order for a novice woodruiner, but I’m gonna give it a fly.
Note in figure 1 the huge Besse clamps. One thing I did pick up from the local woodworker’s gathering spot – and that’s the importance of the clamps. My first shell glue-up has proven that to me.
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