Yes,also help you to keep the saw straight
Actually, I don't think the specific angle matter. What really matters is keeping that consistency. If the pin and tail share the same angle or ratio, it can fit together easily. Try with some scrap pieces first.
about 3mm to 4mm in diameter. Depends on your toothpick type
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I guess making this kind of chair required some serious skill like steam wood bending which is not very often seen in this forum. I'd love to see someone make this.
check this, bro.Step 9: Latest Update: Project Plan
Did you just use the Google Translate? I'm quite surprised that it's so accurate.Check this, bro.Step 9: Latest Update: Project Plan
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Nice Jig dude. You could also put towels between the jig and the ball to add more friction. That will also prevent the jig from leaving marks if the ball is not hard enough.
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Glad you like it
Yeah, you can
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Not 100% sure. But the guy above you said it's Red sandalwood. Guess he's right.
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