In this video, we will be cutting the components to size from their rough lengths. I also cover the importance of face sides and face edges as well as a foolproof method to ensure you don’t make one of the biggest mistake beginners make when assembling boxes.
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SUPPORTING MATERIAL FOR THE LESSON
How to Saw Correctly:
How to make a Ramped Shooting Board:
How to make a Basic Shooting Board:
SUPPORTING MATERIAL FOR THE PROJECT
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