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Getting close to the final shape at this point. I use sanding drums in the drill press to smooth out the curved edges. By waiting until after the router work is done I have much less area to smooth up than I would have had if I had sanded the edges earlier.
I use...
Are we having fun yet???? Back to the router with the flush trim bit just like before. The frame all trimmed up. I see I need a little sanding to make it all even but it will not take much. I think a bit of glue from the squeeze out held my router bearing off a bit so...
Here we are the glue has been cured over night. It is important the frame has been in a warm area to cure. Check your glue specs I like mine to be in the heated shop around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. I am ready to flush trim the excess from the outer layer. The trick here is I will now use the red...
Hello slingshot builders, here is a tutorial on how to build a G-10 frame in a board cut style with internal pins. Why would you want to do that? So your pins do not take away from the outer beauty of all that expensive G-10 you paid for. :) I will use a layered construction technique I often...