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2 hours ago, Chestnut said:

A "rounded" edge looks more crisp to me than when you have the 2 separate edges of a chamfer. I also thing they feel better.

I agree, but with some pieces, a very slight chamfer with the edge being a distinct 45* can be very effective. Of course, those edges need to be softened just a bit as well for reasons of wear, comfort, and getting the finish to want to cover the edge.

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Really fantastic job Ross. That’s going to be hard to part with I’m sure. I like the contrast between the two top layers. And you were considerate enough to wax the holes to keep from waking the customer at night! :) Thanks for the ride. 

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