Mark arches of nearly any length or curvature using this simple method.
Laying out irregular curves need not be difficult. Here's an easy ways to get your "ducks" in a row.
You don't need fancy equipment to turn away from straight lines. In this article, we'll show you how to mark curves and arcs with a trammel, string and pins, compass, flexible curve, and French curve.
If you're going to deal with round things, you need to know about p (Pi).
Even if you don't own a bandsaw, you can still make a smooth, wide radius on any corner using only a simple jig and your router.
Kevin Boyle demonstrates how to make a curved, tapered leg.