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Step 1. Select your wood. You can use stock in the thickness you want. In this example, we are using 5/8" eucalyptus and 3/8" bubinga. Both are on the red side of brown, but have a subtle contrast. Apply the pattern with temporary-bond adhesive and drill the blade holes with the 1/32" (0.0312" or 0.7925mm] bit.
Different Length Brads
Step 2. Eucalyptus cuts easier with a blade with wide spaced teeth such as a Steebar PTT2 or Olson PGT 5. If you have difficulty inserting the blade into the drilled holes, reduce the size of the top untoothed portion of the blade with a grindstone or file so that it fits the hole easily. You may also find it necessary to use a slower blade speed to avoid burning the edge. Make all cuts.
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