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Date Posted: 05/31/04 16:30:26
Author: linzie rogers
Subject: Using veneer to hide dadoes

I am building a tier table (Woodworker's Journal, vol 12, no.2, March/April 1988) Since I don't have a lathe or
mortising tool I had to modify the plans. This meant using
3/4" x 1 1/2"x 30" red oak stock for the legs and 3/4"x
1 1/2" X 20" for the cross pieces. Instead of mortise and tenon joints I opted for dadoes. Unfortunately for me I ended up having to use a bit of filler at the end of some of the dadoes. Try as I might I haven't been able to sand the filler as I wish. I'm sure it will show upon using a finishing oil.
My question is couldn't I use strips of 3/4" self sticking
red oak veneer strips along the leg edges to hide the end
of each dado? Any help would be appreciated.

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