AW Extra 2/13/14 - Drawing Intersecting Rounds - Popular Woodworking Magazine
 In Projects, Questions And Answers, Techniques


Joining two pieces of round
stock to make a “T,” such as
where a chair post joins a rail,
requires a tricky intersection.
Your layout must be precise so
that you can fit one piece to
the other. To find this exact
shape, drill a piece of scrap, as
shown, and use it to mark the
correct curve.

This story originally appeared in American Woodworker April 1999, issue #72.

April 1999, issue #72

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