In the second installation of our three-part series on building a tiled sofa table, George Vondriska teaches you how to create a wooden frame for the tile tabletop. He walks you step by step through the building process, demonstrating the proper technique for mitering each component of the frame with a miter saw, cutting a rabbet on the underside of the frame for a substrate, and adding biscuits to the four corners in order to increase the strength of the joinery.
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Hi George, You mentioned that if you cut the frame pieces a bit short ‘you may need to start over’… But if its only ‘a bit’ short, you can of course rip a thin strip off the inside of each mitered frame piece to ‘lengthen’ it. ‘Been there – done that…:>)