White oak vanity

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White oak vanity

Postby DanFecteau » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 7:35AM

White oak vanity with glaze and distress, all bead was done on the CNC. By the way, what tool do you use to machine those bead on a CNC ?
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Postby Brian Shannon » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 10:52AM

Just yesturday, I designed a bead tool to cut the doors and DF's and faceframe all out of one pc of MDF for a paint grade Dresser. I haven't tried it yet on the router. I would like to see the tool use used so I can compare.


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Postby Mark Taylor » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 6:53PM

Dan...

In cutting the beads on the CNC do you have fixturing to hold down the hardwood? I'm assuming unless you have a beaded cutter you would have to model the bead with a ballnose (?)

BTW - the vanity looks great!

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Postby DanFecteau » Thu, Feb 22 2007, 7:40AM

I used a Whiteside # 1572 point round over 1/4\" , but I recently ordered a 3/16\"so my bead will look like my shaper bead better.

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Postby Mark Taylor » Thu, Feb 22 2007, 9:24AM

Dan...

so did you assemble the face frame first and then cut the bead on the router?

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Postby DanFecteau » Thu, Feb 22 2007, 10:35AM

no, I machined the bead first


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