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Can I make a stand for my wife's 4 x 6 printbusiness cards for her photography business or will she have to use this cardboard mock-upat her next event? I use a stop block at just over six inchesand cut two pieces of quarter inch red oak for the back and the bottom.
I rip one piece 4 1/4 inches and the otherto 2 3/8 inches.
I see people use shelf liner to hold partsfor sanding but I've never had any luck.
It does, however, make for a beautiful ballet.
I glue 2 thin strips to the bottom for extragluing surface.
I trim them off flush.
Then I decide to cutthem at an angle.
I cut a quarter inch rabbet in the back.
I mark the side using the cardboard template.
Using carpet tape, I can cut both sides atonce.
I cannot, however, keep the tripod far enoughfrom the saw.
Yet more sanding.
I glue one side on.
I check the level on the workbench.
Then I put the level on the stand and usea shim to raise it to the same level.
Then I glue on the other side.
And even more sanding.
Finally, some and spray lacquer.
Now my wife has a stand for her 4 x 6 photocollage business cards.
I like it, but I think it has too many straight lines and angles.
If I had to do it again, I think I'd make it with some curves.
How would you have designed it? Please tellme in the comments below.
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