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There's a Better Way: Drawing an Ellipse

Build a jig to draw a perfect ellipse with just two scraps of wood and a few nails

Length: 2:28
Produced By: John Ross

Chuck Miller demonstrates tipster David Kalin's better way to layout an arched opening with the aid of an easy-to-make jig. All you need to build the jig is a sheet of plywood, a pencil, and a few strategically placed nails.

Video by: John Ross

From Fine Homebuilding204
May 7, 2009