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|10-19-2010 09:25 AM|
To heck with the elephant legs. Check out the DOVE TAIL FLOOR MAT!
This is a router forum after all.
|10-18-2010 08:00 PM|
|vikingcraftsman||I will be standing buy.|
|10-18-2010 08:13 AM|
Hey Viking I got it figured out. This process will help me greatly. |
I will try a few next weekend an post some pics.
|10-18-2010 08:08 AM|
Can u show pics of the process ? |
I build some cases and cabinets for resale and a low cost leg is what I need
|10-11-2010 08:47 PM|
|vikingcraftsman||Mike my legs take very little time. I bought the router bit and made a bunch of straight pieces with the horizontal router table. Then I took out my french curves and drew a pattern on the back of one piece that I had previously routed. I cut that pattern out with my scroll saw. I used the cut out as a pattern for all my future cuts. I can pop these out in 15 minutes after Set up. Eagle america has several sizes of bits so you can get one that will fit your projects. I am a poor country boy so I have to look at projects to make sure they are cost effective. Other wise the family would just go to a store and buy it.|
|10-11-2010 07:55 PM|
|beer maker|| funny bar stools | Flickr - Photo Sharing! |
These legs look pretty good too.
I am building some cases and your legs would be a nice addition. How much time do you have in one? Could you describe the process?
|10-11-2010 04:26 PM|
|10-11-2010 03:48 PM|
Hi John |
Great legs I would like to see the table they are going to support
|10-11-2010 03:43 PM|
Check out these legs
These are not mine I found them on another woodworking site. The builder is going to use them as legs in an island. But I thought they were great and some of you might like to see therm.
|10-10-2010 07:49 PM|
still refining my legs
Still working to make these legs better before I add them to my next project.
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