Making a Four Corner Continuous Grain Box: Part 1

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George Vondriska teaches you how to resaw a piece of wood to create a box with grain that continues around all four sides. He draws a line down the middle of the wood and uses a single-point fence on the band saw to cut the piece, and then marks the sides that will be continuous so that he can bookmatch the corners later on.

See also:

Making a Four Corner Continuous Grain Box – Part 2

Making a Four Corner Continuous Grain Box – Part 3