Mitered Corners

The corners of the molding must be mitered so the joint fits together. Although this can be done on a table saw, I prefer to do it with a sharp chisel so I can slowly sneak up on the cut. To guide the chisel, I made a simple jig (shown in Fig. 10). This is just a thick piece of scrap with a groove cut in it to accept the rails and stiles. Then one end of the jig is mitered at 45 . To miter the molding on the stiles, slip the stile in the jig and align the chisel mark...

Stones That Redefine Sharpness

Laser Cut Box Files

A 6000-GRIT KING S-l SHIAGE TOISHI C NATURAL BLUE STONE AO TOISHI E 8000-GRIT GOLD STONE SHIAGE TOISHI B NAGURA FOR S-l AND BLUE STONE D 1000-GRIT KING COARSE STONE TOISHI F NAGURA FOR GOLD STONE A 6000-GRIT KING S-l SHIAGE TOISHI C NATURAL BLUE STONE AO TOISHI E 8000-GRIT GOLD STONE SHIAGE TOISHI B NAGURA FOR S-l AND BLUE STONE D 1000-GRIT KING COARSE STONE TOISHI F NAGURA FOR GOLD STONE Editor s Note In the past year or so almost every woodworking catalog in the U.S. has started to carry...