Kitchen Table (DIY) need advice.
First off, i am new to the forum... i am a amateur and mad respect to carpenters... but i need help..
i have done a few projects, with simple cuts, using cedar (outdoors)... this one, i think, was a bit more complicated for me.
i am building a new kitchen table, 60" round. i am working on the table top right now. 2x4x8 pines glued to together to form sections of the table top. With a 2x6x8 cross beam. joining everything with biscuit joiners. i love the tool.
There are 4 sections, each section is getting 2x4s in a pattern. I cut the 2x4x8 into 4 equal parts. i.e. squares, and then cut on the diagonal and then criss crossed each diagonal piece.
when you look at the picture, there are parts where the two pieces are flush, and others where there is a gap. how do i fix this...
tool wise, i have a
no table saw
thanx in advance for the help