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The back panels being cut in width and the beads being machined, the next step is cutting them to length.

 

 

Because of the size of these panels, my shopmade panel cutter is the best jig to use at the tablesaw.

 

 

I start by squaring one end. Note how well this 22’’ by 46’’ panel is handled with this jig.

 

 

Here I’m cutting to length.

 

 

The last step on these panels is hand sanding the sharp edges lelf by the milling process of the beads.

 

 

To see the details of all the steps from the begining, click here.

 

     Best,

 

          Serge

 

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