Wooden Toy Truck Martin Motors Antique Car Carrier Build Part 9 The Tuck Bed

The tuck bed freshly cut with the pattern still attached sitting on my scrollsaw.

The tuck bed freshly cut with the pattern still attached sitting on my scrollsaw.

This is the trailer for the Martin Motors Antique Car Carrier. The pattern had to be printed on two pages and spliced together, which presents a problem as it prevents the solvent from removing the glue under the tape I use to hold the pattern to the wood. The long and straight cuts are the most challenging part of cutting the trailer, and it's easy to go off the lines if you get distracted. If this happens, it may not be fixable if you go too far in the wrong direction. I could cut outside the line and sand to the line, but at that point, I might as well be using a bandsaw. 


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