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Four-Sided Quartersawn Table Legs

How to rout lock miters
on narrow pieces.

By Tom Caspar and Stewart Crick

Purchase the complete version of this woodworking technique story from AWBookstore.com.

If you spotted an oak leg with quartersawn figure on all
four sides, your first reaction might be: That’s neat! But if you
know wood, your second reaction ought to be: Now, how did
they do that?

Well, there’s more than one way.


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