Wide chamfer or edge on a length of oak
I’m new, and sorry if it’s a simple question, or in the wrong section.
I need to make a replacement for an internal door lower threshold, and I cannot source the same profile timber anywhere where I live (Stockholm, Sweden).
I would of said it was a very basic job, but I can’t think how to do it.
The cross-section needs to be 110mm wide, and 10mm high, but the part I’m having issues with is that I need to add an angle of maybe 10 degrees for 30mm at the edges, so it should look something like a flattened speed bump.
I was thinking a plane or a belt sander....but I’m not sure how to rig it up.
Any help would be great.