Woodworking Projects – How To Make a Custom Picture Frame with Wood Inlay Banding

Woodworking Projects - How To Make a Custom Picture Frame with Wood Inlay Banding
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Forrest Woodworker 2 – 10″ 40 Tooth Table Saw Blade…http://www.amazon.com/Forrest-WW10407125-Woodworker-10-Inch-8-Inch/dp/B0000223VQ/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&keywords=forrest%20woodworker%202&linkCode=ur2&qid=1451841456&s=hi&sr=1-1&tag=theapprent0c4-20&linkId=ECGGSEEPQ6B467JX

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Dial Caliper…http://www.amazon.com/Shop-Fox-D3208-Fractional-Caliper/dp/B00012XCR0/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&keywords=shop%20fox%20dial%20calipers%20fractional&linkCode=ur2&qid=1451844238&s=hi&sr=1-1&tag=theapprent0c4-20&linkId=K47M7TZ7ZOC6SJLK

Freud Super dado 8″ Stack Dado Set…http://www.amazon.com/Freud-SD508-Super-8-Inch-Stack/dp/B00004RK0P/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&keywords=freud%20dado%208&linkCode=ur2&qid=1451852275&s=hi&sr=1-2&tag=theapprent0c4-20&linkId=SO2CSVTJWULVYSPD

Forrest Woodworker 2 – 10″ 40 Tooth Table Saw Blade…http://www.amazon.com/Forrest-WW10407125-Woodworker-10-Inch-8-Inch/dp/B0000223VQ/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&keywords=forrest%20woodworker%202&linkCode=ur2&qid=1451841456&s=hi&sr=1-1&tag=theapprent0c4-20&linkId=GQQ72RJRIX5LCGQ2

Ulmia Miter Spring Pinch Clamps…http://www.amazon.com/Ulmia-Spring-Pinch-Clamp-Large/dp/B006WC571C/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&keywords=ulmia%20pinch%20clamps&linkCode=ur2&qid=1451842720&s=hi&sr=1-1&tag=theapprent0c4-20&linkId=GREQXNMSAOZ55TG4

Spring Miter Clamp Set…http://www.amazon.com/SPRING-MITER-CLAMP-PEACHTREE-WOODWORKING/dp/B0013GEXGM/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&keywords=ulmia%20miter%20clamp%20set&linkCode=ur2&qid=1451852713&s=hi&sr=1-3&tag=theapprent0c4-20&linkId=MZQL2R67TLUIBW5V

Woodworking projects like this picture frame with wood inlay banding are fun to make. The instructional video reveals how to make a custom picture frame. You will find some top tips for woodworking as well. These methods include the use of a miter crosscut sled for the table saw and a router table. Also featured are miter clamps for securing the glued miter joints. Those new to woodworking as well as experienced woodworkers just may learn new woodworking skills. So, learn how to make a picture frame from viewing this woodworking video.

Note: Ulmia Miter and spring pinch clamps are what I use to secure the glued miter joints. You can read more about them at my woodworking blog. Purchases for these outstanding clamps can be made on my woodworking site also. These affiliate purchases help to support these videos on YouTube and the blog. Thanks in advance!

How to Make a Picture Frame – Top Woodworking Tips

Review…Ulmia Miter Clamps and Pinch Clamps

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Woodworking Projects – How To Make a Custom Picture Frame with Wood Inlay Banding

17 thoughts on “Woodworking Projects – How To Make a Custom Picture Frame with Wood Inlay Banding”

  1. Has many details in this woodwork book “pepe amazing plan” (Google it). The book also shows a few designs and also explanations on the materials useful for different wood working processes and the instructions on completing various processes correctly. General, this book fulfilled my basic desire to learn about woodworking.

  2. This is a great wood working book I`ve ever read, “pepe amazing plan” (Google it). It provides lots of general info that would help any beginner and also some seasoned wood worker. I`ve been very amazed how frequently I use this to look up woods at places like to restore and also salvage spots.

  3. I have been a woodworker for almost 40 years, and I've built so many things I can't remember most of them. Oddly enough, I have never seen anyone build inlay stock before. Thank you sir, because you just opened up a brand new world to me. That was awesome. At $8+ a foot for inlay like you built that is knowledge that will really help me. Thank you again. A lot.

  4. I'm an "old guy" new to woodworking.  My first project has been picture frames. I'm using cheap wood until I get familiar with the table saw, router, etc.  It's taken me three tries to get the size right.  I do, however, have two extra frames that I can now use if I can find pictures to fit my mistakes.  Viewing your video gave me a lot of valuable tips.  I like your sliding guide for cutting angles on the table saw.  I use a miter saw and it sometimes has a mind of it's own.  Anyway thanks.  jb

  5. Thanks for your interest. I do not recommend cutting a 45 degree stop block because there is a greater margin for error due to sawdust building up at the point.

  6. Look on my YouTube woodworking to learn how to build the miter sled. You will find the video.

  7. Woodgears.ca even talks about how his sled makes more accurate and consistent cuts than his miter saw. I'm more curious as to how to set up my sled like yours. Do you have a video of that by chance? How did you ensure that it was perfectly at a 45 degree angle?

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