By Pierre Home-Douglas
The artwork of Woodworking - Woodworking Machines
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Theblade should makea constant rubbing soundasit moves alongtheedgeof thesquare. lf a gap opens up between thebladeandthesquare, or if thebladebindsagainst thesquare asit moves, loosen thesetscrews onthecolumnbase. Toclosea gapbetween the bladeandthe square, tightenthetoprightscrew; to eliminatebinding, tightenthetopleftscrew. Once thearmis square to thefence,tighten thelowerscrews, alternating fromleftto right. Totestfor heeling-bladerotation thatis notparallel to thetable-buildan L-shaped sounding jig andboretwoholesin it.
The results rangefrom crownmoldingsfor a cabinet to decorativedoor and frame moldings-made at a fractionof the costof their store-boughtcounterparts. Moldingcuttersaresoldin setsof three,which areinstalledin a molding headand then fastenedonto the arbor. Themorepasses, the deeper theinscriotion. A woodworkercanmakean insertfor eachsetofcuttersby placinga blankoieceof wood in the tableinsert slotandslowlycrankingup themolding head-much like makingspecialinserts for sawblades(page22). A fewpointsto keepin mind: Do not cut moldingson shortlengthsof wood;a pieceshouldbe at least12incheslong.
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Woodworking Machines (Art of Woodworking) by Pierre Home-Douglas