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Laying Out The Legs








Fig. 27 shows a leg with square cross marks (A) at each end. These marks indicate the finished length of the leg. You will also see crosses on two sides. These indicate what is called the "work sides." The work sides are selected because they are the finest surfaces on the leg.












Fig. 28. Fig. 29.
Fig. 28. Fig. 29.







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