Really underground garage
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: mnts of Va
Stationary sander....we call'm belt grinders.
We mess with enough broken furniture and am involved with the design of same to be conversant.Belt grinding was/is/and always will be part of the furniture biz.
Now thats out of the way,the fun part......not sayin this IS gonna happen.But it "may".Looks are deceiving.......what looks like a simple bevel'd radius may have some rather interesting consequences.IOWs,when you run your test monkey's,pay real close attention to where bevels meet up at their ends.This isn't a prblem and not trying to make it one.
What happens sometimes,and this is just part of the creation process......is because of some rather complicated trig,and how it "plays out" in certain designs....you get basically an anomaly.How well you disguise this.....not being a true,equal width/angle'd bevel is part of the design process.
In he biz,before a particular "design" gets the final OK.....you must make sure we can efficiently(read that as FAST)make visual and physical connections in joinery.
All above is just part of what we do....not trying to be a dick or bring down your project....I find it fascinating,good luck,BW
Those who say it cannot be done shouldn't interrupt the people doing it.