It’s happened to all of us. You are working from commercial plans or a cut list of your own devising. You follow the plans closely and make all of the cuts.
But, when you move on to the assembly process, you accidentally glue a piece in the wrong place. For me, I usually discover this accident when I get farther down the road on the assembly process and have to break the pieces apart or cut new ones. Drats!
Fortunately, most woodworkers make this mistake once, then turn to a method of carefully marking the pieces to ensure it never happens again.
This week, let us know how you keep track of the pieces in a complex project. Do you use the tried and true cabinetmaker’s triangle or something else?