where's my table saw?
Notice the way he scribes around each individual bow tie and labels them no. 1 and no. 2 since they may be slightly different. I always wondered how bow ties were such a precise fit ....
A neat trick I've never seen before is to sprikle saw dust on the overflow glue area and the squeegee it in around the bow ties, for easier clean up and for filling any "gaps" ..... what gaps?
I have a slew of different chisels from heavy duty Robert Sorby's for mortising to light carving gouges, BUT in the You Tube shown above, the guy was cleaning up a pair of bow ties in a beautiful table top and used these:
They are beautiful and very well made. I am impressed with the Narex brand from the Czech Republic. WoW! :smile2: