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Clamping the harmonic bars STEP 11. Scalloping the fan braces STEP 12. Scalloping the harmonic bars STEP 13. Gabling the harmonic bars STEP 14. Cutting the front to shape STEP 15. Marking the ends of the harmonic bars STEP 16. Trimming the ends of the harmonic bars STEP 17. Fitting the front of the ukulele and strength to the front such that the stresses created by the strings as the instrument is tuned are counteracted. Each brace is made from fine-grained spruce and there are five altogether.
Has s/he considered the impact from this angle and that? The economy of space? The ergonomics of use? ’ I asked. ‘They’d look good all neatly stacked together’. ‘No’, John replied. ‘I want one just like that’. I went home leaving all my enthusiasm behind me. I mulled over the bookcase, but things only got worse. The shelves were deeper than standard stock and each would have to be joined: that alone would take many hours. Was it really necessary? If I made the bookcase in my workshop, could I get it through the porch and round the stairs?
I don’t like hand-held routing because of the possibility (inevitability) of jerks on and off the cut. Here, with a router in a table, as long as the board is held perpendicular, the setup is fail safe PIC 5. John’s rather splendid antique oak chest on stand. What do you make of this? When was it made? Is there anything wrong with it? Answer at the bottom of page 41 PIC 7. The sides are trenched using a jig, remembering to stop before the front edge so that the dovetail does not show. Having taken the bulk of the wood away, the cutter is swapped for a dovetail cutter and the trench skimmed to shape.
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