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Dovetails on the Bandsaw, Scrollsaw and Router Table Dovetails on the bandsaw 4 Oct 2010 Summary: This is my method for cutting regular and symmetric dovetails using the bandsaw, scroll saw and router table. The bandsaw is used to cut kerfs for the pins and tail for a perfect fit. The scroll saw is used to quickly remove most of the waste and router table is used to remove the remaining waste and fine-tune the depth of pins and tails. Ruhlmann, Art Deco Museum, Quality Furniture Pollaro, French Furniture Ruhlmann, Furniture European Furniture European, Furniture, Chests, European Beds, Pollaro Furniture, French Antique Furniture, High-End Furnishings, Ruhlmann Designs, Art Deco Designs The furniture shown within this area of the site was obtained from various sources. Each piece was selected because of the high quality of the image. Please take notice of the fine details that set Ruhlmann apart from his peers of the time. First and perhaps most important is his attention to scale. Followed by his eye for delicate lines and almost imperceptible curves. The way in which the wood grain plays as background to subtle embellishment and form is classic Ruhlmann.
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