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Published on Oct 15, 2012
Learn how to make the wooden compass rose design. This wood design of sacred geometry is made by cutting hardwood segments of maple and walnut on the band saw. Band saw cross cut sleds with angles of 22-1/2 degrees and 45 degrees ensure consistent accurate segments.
Watch and learn how the segments are glued up to create a compass rose. Then see how to make 3/32" veneers of the wood designs on the band saw. The wood veneers can then be used to adorn furniture, jewelry boxes, and many other woodworking projects.