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Double-hooked is a great idea too, I like that! Never one way to do things.I get what your saying, but clamping 90 degree will not spread with a proper backing/support, because it can't expand/spread if there is something backing it on both sides of the vertical/horizontal planes.
You can simply make a larger version off her design, so it has more 'backing' on it. Basically, if the backing goes up higher, you'll have more of a plane to brace against. Good for larger projects or for wood that is flexible (which would require a rigid backing).As of now the backing is a bit low, but that is all that she needed in this case. Her cuts of wood are straight, rigid, and she double-checked with a square.
You think so? This is the perfect time for the angle blocks. The vertical wood piece would have to bend before that angle would spread. And if it was to bend, then your clamping it too hard.
Clean work, I would love to use this in an art piece! The same thing came to mind when you mentioned making a dropdown item as a marker. Maybe a second-hand arm would work too.Thanks for posting.
Great design and execution!I'm sure it has crossed your mind, but I'd love to see a thick glass table top on that stand (for coffee/dining table). You can really show off the design and carpentry that is going on underneath.
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