A router can be a good friend to the period furniture woodworker. It adds speed and accuracy, and the tool pairs well with some simple jigs to help you with your next period project.
- To create sliding dovetail joinery on pedestal bases using a shop-built indexing jig for your lathe
- How to use shop-made router bushings to guide multiple router bits in creating a pie-crust edge detail
- An easy method to remove the waste from the center of a tabletop - without damaging the edge profile - using a simple router sled
- And much more!
Alf Sharp has reproduced museum-quality furniture pieces throughout his career and now he's sharing some of his router tricks with you.
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Alf Sharp has more than 30 years in the studio furniture field, and is recognized as one of America's premier period furniture makers. He is the recipient of the 2008 Cartouche Award from the Society of American Period Furniture Makers, and has built commissioned work for a number of historic homes and museums, as well as many private and corporate clients. His work centers on museum-quality, one-of-a-kind furniture, primarily in the 18th-century American style. He has been featured in Colonial Homes and Southern Living magazines, and in leading woodworking magazines.
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