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Put your band saw to work making the shade of this modernlooking lamp. The technique is easy to master and a great way to create a unique look.
Page 20: Detail 'b'
In detail 'b' in the main drawing, we incorrectly dimension the spacing between the kerfs. The numbers are correct, but the leader lines should not be centered on the kerfs. They should instead line up with edge of the kerfs. The thickness of the kerf should be 1/16". This also affects detail 'a' in Figure 1 of the How-To box.
Page 20: Detail 'a'
In Figure 1, detail 'a', the 3/8" dimension should be 7/16".
Page 22: Materials List
The materials list lists the Shoji paper as 8.5x12". However, the paper needs to be at least 14.5" to fit. The Shoji paper should be 8.5x16" instead.
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