Introduction: One Way to Square and Cut a Tabletop

last week i posted a video showing a fairly efficient method for gluing together a tabletop. in this follow-up, i show some tricks of the trade for "squaring it up." after gluing the reclaimed wood together, i needed to fit it into a precise metal frame. here's how i did it. thanks for watching! -tim

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seamster (author)2014-08-28

Good tips!

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timsway (author)seamster2014-08-28

thanks!

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sleeping (author)2014-08-27

Rhomboids also have equal distance from corner to corner?

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timsway (author)sleeping2014-08-28

ha! funny. i'm still calling this a rectangle. the world it lives in is imperfect so why must my rectangle be ;-)

thanks for watching,
tim

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