I've been anxious to try the pickle bone frame, and finally got one made today. It's still rough, and nowhere near finished, but it's started! It's made from 3/4 thick Baltic Birch plywood, which imo is the best plywood for frame making. Instead of there being a thin layer of wood, then a layer of glue like regular cabinet grade ply, this is alternating layers of birch. It has no voids, and is extremely strong. I wanna give a huge shout-out to Monroe for posting the link to the router table pictured. This is exactly what I've needed to make the edge rounding process a breeze. I'll update the thread as the build goes along, but it's well on the way!
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