If you read Steve Branam’s post earlier this week at Close Grain, you heard about the seminar given by Paul Sellers, and a shooting board he made in a matter of minutes to make a mitered corner on a picture frame. It was amazing in its simplicity, and, after making a shooting board the “hard” way just days earlier (I wrote about it here), I was determined to try his method. Steve Branam will also likely be doing a blog post on this wonderful contraption, so if you’re not subscribed to his post, do it, it’s worth it, I promise.
So here it is, my first video. To underline how quick this is to make, the total un-edited time of the video was less than an hour, with a lot of fumbling and bumbling. To make this again, now that I’ve done one? Probably 15 minutes. Enjoy, and please, leave me some feedback on the video!
Update: Steve Branam just posted a video of building his own miter shooting board; similar methods, slightly different form factor, but well worth taking in. See it over on his Close Grain Post