I did the railings in a quarter of the time that it usually takes to do them when you have to measure everything out.
This handy, dandy gadget is wonderful! All you do is put glue on the ends of the posts, lay them in the jig and then shove the rail tops and bottoms on them. Square them up and you are done!
The second rail is a bit more difficult than the first, but with the help of a spacer underneath the edge of the rail, it is relatively easy to do. Can you tell that I am enjoying the ease of this kit? I am!
Tessie helped with the glue on the ends part. Then I put the top squares and balls on all of the posts. I don't think that RGT trusts me to do it right the first time. They gave me an extra post and a lot of extra spindles.
Anyway, that was the work for the day. I have to go back and keep Tessie from using the posts for bowling pins. She is hunting for a ball as we speak. I saw her setting up the pins in formation when I left to write this. I have to get back now.
See you tomorrow.