Step 1: Materials
- Two scrap pieces of Douglas Fir
- A table saw
- Tape measure
- Speed Square
- Combination Square
- Sliding T bevel
- Two wood screws
Step 2: Measure and Mark
Start by finding the center of your boards. I use a speed square and mark two 45 degree line starting at the corners. Where they intersect is the center. Next mark 3/8" to the left and right of the centerline. Use the square to extend your marks to the end of the board, and wrap them over and down the edge of the board. This will give you a 3/4" strip in the center of the board which will become the mounting area. Look at the base of your wine glasses and decide how far down the thickness of the board you need to go before you start your marks for what will be the angle cuts. Slightly less that half the thickness of your board should do it.
Set the depth of the blade on your table saw to this measurement.
Use the sliding T bevel to layout and mark for your angled cuts. Tighten the t bevel, you'll need this angle again to set your saw blade.
Step 3: Cut Two Channels
Step 4: Attach Boards and Cut
Fasten your boards together with a wood screw at each end. I'd recommend drilling a pilot hole. Be sure to counter sink the screw so it doesn't catch on your saw fence. You can reuse the screw hole to mount your rail, or trim it off later.
Use the sliding T bevel to set the angle of the saw blade to match your angled marks. Set the depth of the blade so it cuts no higher than the groove we cut earlier for the mounting strip .
Make the four angled cuts.