Making a Four Corner Continuous Grain Box: Part 2

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In the second part of his three-part demonstration on building a four corner continuous grain box, George Vondriska teaches you how to take those two pieces that you’ve mitered for your rectangular box and cut them at an angle on the table saw to create four pieces – two long sides and two short sides.

See also:

Making a Four Corner Continuous Grain Box – Part 1

Making a Four Corner Continuous Grain Box – Part 3