Mitering the corners on banding that’s being applied to all four edges of a table top can be extremely frustrating. The length of each piece has to be perfect, and each angle needs to be just right. This process calls for a methodical approach, and Charlie Kocourek has that technique nailed down. Follow his recipe, and the banding on each of your projects will be dead on. For a more detailed look at this process, check out Charlie’s related article on the topic.
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