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Bill after this, you might as well slope the sides

Keith Newton
Like a pyramid to add another huge level of complexity. Not only are the ends not square like on this plane, the side bevel requires the opposite sides of each tail have a different angle. Otherwise on the tails, one side may follow the grain, while the other becomes too fragile from having the apparent sum of both sides.

If you haven’t already done this, you’ll like the journey.

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