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Turning Edges with a Jig

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Uploaded on Jul 23, 2009

This video shows a device to turn edges when you have a lot to do. The project was too large to glue out and turn at the same time, so boards were glued to the cover material without turning the edges. This video show the device and two different ways to glue out the edges before turning.
TO MAKE THE DEVICE you need to make it fit. Take two boards that you intend to make the hinge from and put them around the thickness of board from which your project is made. knock it up to one edge and use heavy weight packing tape to wrap the edge. Open your sandwich and remove the board that was the thickness of your project. Take another piece of packing tape, attach it to one side of the joined pieces, work it down into the space between the hinge boards, across the gap and up onto the second board. You now have a hinge that fits your project. set it up like you see in the video and you are ready to go.

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