Mitered Edge Banding Made Easy
Mitered edge banding made easy is post about Skill Building bookmarked by jacob with ID 12117943958 was uploaded on 03-04-2019 and has been viewed 180,265 times.
Applying hardwood edge banding is a great way to finish the edges on a veneered piece.However, it can be difficult to get nice miter joints because the length of the edge banding pieces must be perfect and every angle must also be perfect.
Here is a very easy way to get absolutely perfect miters.And you can do it with just a regular miter saw and no special tools.You can watch a video of the entire process.Play Video For this project I started out with a walnut veneered panel of MDF that was 16″x24″.
I then added strips of walnut that were 5/8″ wide and 3/4″ thick.For this technique, you will also need at least 6″ more edge band material than is required to cover the edges of the panel.STEP 1: CUT AND GLUE THE FIRST PIECE OF EDGE BANDING Start with a piece of edge band material that is about 3″ longer than the side of the panel and cut a 45-degree miter on one end.
Then hold it up against the panel and mark the length required.Use an extremely sharp pencil or marking knife to get an accurate lay out line.Cut this to length on the...