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Cove Cut On The Table Saw
Let’s say you’re working on a project that requires some cove molding, and your lumber yard doesn’t carry the size that you need. Or maybe you are using an unusual species such as honey locust that you cut down from your neighbor’s yard one evening, and there’s no way that you will find cove molding available that was milled from that species. Right at that point you will be wishing that you had a molding machine, but you don’t want to spend $3,000 just to produce a few sticks of cove molding.
Making A 3-Point Bowl
Have you ever seen a bowl that has a rim with three pointy tips rather than a contiguous round shape? This is commonly referred to as a three-point bowl, and many experienced woodturners are perplexed when asked to guess how one would make such a bowl. By its appearance, one might guess that you would start with an odd-shaped blank that would be very challenging to form on a bandsaw. Perhaps some fancy math and a protractor are involved in designing the blank for a three-point bowl?