Rounding the Edges on a Wooden Hinge for a Gate Leg Table

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After you’ve made the necessary cuts to create a wooden hinge for your gate leg table, the next step is to round the edges on the teeth so that the hinge swings freely. George Vondriska teaches you how to use increasing grit sandpaper to file and bullnose the corners.

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