Thin Good Looking Strong Micro Plywood Splines Part 2
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It is very easy to install thin plywood splines in mitered corners of boxes and frames But, to do so successfully, you will have to design the placement pattern of the splines and spend some time carefully laying out your design on the corners.
(Read part one of the micro splines story here) Design Above (in the lead image) you can see a few optional designs that can be easily cut with a hand saw.Splines can placed apart from each other (A, above) or be grouped together (B, above).
Splines can be cut at a right angle to the corner or be elongated to it (C above, F below).You can create splined corners that look like an arc made out of splines (D above and below) and you can even alternate the length of the visible splines on each sides of the corner (E below ).
In short, the possibilities here are endless.To lay out a kerf pattern for an arced splined corner, start by opening a compass to the appropriate radius (R) then draw an arc from center (C).Now use a marking or cutting gauge to draw a number of parallel lines that intersect with the arc to create...