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Last edited on 2017-09-10 12:06:59 by Vojtech Blahout
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~1) Create spruce or willow strips **8 x 2 mm**, ideally about 40 cm long. The wood grain should run parallel with the length. Both horizontal and vertical grain can be used. --- ---To thickness the strips, use your regular blade block plane, clamping down the one end of the strip to your workbench. See the Thicknessing section in [[Preparing the ribs|Preparing the ribs]] for thicknessing tips. --- ---Make sure the thickness of **2 mm** is maintained all over the strip, as thicker strips are difficult to bend and thinner aren't firm enough.
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~1) Create spruce or willow strips **7 x 2 mm**, ideally about 40 cm long. The wood grain should run parallel with the length. Both horizontal and vertical grain can be used. --- ---To thickness the strips, use your regular blade block plane, clamping down the one end of the strip to your workbench. See the Thicknessing section in [[Preparing the ribs|Preparing the ribs]] for thicknessing tips. --- ---Make sure the thickness of **2 mm** is maintained all over the strip, as thicker strips are difficult to bend and thinner aren't firm enough.


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2015-10-28 16:28:00 by Vojtech Blahout