Using a jig that I constructed last night from bits of wood in the shed, we have this afternoon reduced the depth of all the Tim Horn board kits in stock to 4″ from 6″, or 100mm from 150mm in modern money.
One straight board has already been claimed. I’m keeping two of the corners. That leaves one straight board and two, maybe four, corners plus two pairs of ends up for grabs. It’ll be interesting to see who in the group grabs these.
Sorry, but no photos for this update. The cutting jig, which was made from the top and one leg of a reclaimed chest of drawers, simply clamped each of the pieces tight up against a stop so that the Bosch PKS16 could cut off the excess in one pass.