WobblyLegsWobblyLegs wrote:BillTwo wrote:
Have a look here:
You'll get better with the saw as you progress - I'd cut all my 6mm before doing the notches, and am now confident enough to cut most curves to within about 1mm (1/16?) of my line. When I started I was about 3-5mm out.
That is exactly what I remembered about the 1/8 inch. You want believe how many times that I've read that tutorial. My problem was what tool was best for doing this? Now that I know what tool to use, and how it should be used to cut the notches, I will perfect my skills on scrap plywood until the real thing gets here
You answered my question in that last thread that you so kindly wrote me. I will be perfecting my cuts with both my table saw and jig saw and using my Jig Saw as my tool of choice for my notches.
Thanks for your advice with the drilling of the holes. Somewhere, I did read about drilling holes in a corning but the explaination and details were not as clear as yours. I will try that first thing when I get home. Thanks