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Using Multiple Moulding Widths In One Frame

revised 6/1/2020 In this article, the first of the “Weird Wood” seriesintro, we show how to build a picture frame using four strips of moulding that aren’t all the same width. Although Figure 1 uses a different width for each piece of moulding, we used three different sizes in our test frames (only because I […]

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Another Method For Adjusting A Logan Sander

To download a printable version of this article (AdjustingSander.pdf), click here We have a Logan Precision Sander Elite Model F200-2 disk sander. It improves our picture frame miters to a “perfect 45°” after cutting the moulding to size on our miter saw. To maintain such perfection requires due diligence and occasional adjustment. How Do You […]