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Glen D. Huey walks you step by step through the process of making the custom cove moulding for his tea table. All it takes is your table saw and an auxiliary fence.

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  • SteveM

    The pronunciation of height with a final (th), (hth), which is rarely heard now, reflects the original spelling and pronunciation of the word in Old English. During the Middle English period, the (th) varied with (t), with the final (t) predominating after the 15th century. Another pronunciation, with a (th) sound coming after (t), (htth), is often heard, but it is generally regarded as nonstandard. In a recent survey, 90 percent of the Usage Panel disapproved of this pronunciation, which probably came about by association with width, breadth, and length.

    There is so much more to life than nit picking pronunciation.

  • Mikeadiddle

    Please quite saying “heighth.” Height ends with a T and is pronounced that way. 🙂

  • CarlosJD

    I’ve read about this process but have never seen it demonstrated. Thank you, very helpful.


    trying to watch the video by Glen Huey on how to make a small cove moulding for a tea table
    and the video never started.

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