Monthly Archives: April 2012

Laminating an Elliptical Curved Apron

Making curved aprons, we saw strips on the tablesaw, 5/32” thick by 3” high.  We true the thickness and smooth the surface of these strips on the widebelt sander, finishing at 1/8” thick.  We bolted the form  (described in the … Continue reading

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Making an Elliptical Laminating Form for a Table Apron

We are building a pedestal dining table.  The top is a mathematically true ellipse with a correspondingly curved apron.   The lengths of the major and minor axes of the ellipse describing the tabletop are 68” and 50.” To build the … Continue reading

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