Blending curves are
drawing a curve defined by a series of points or for smoothing an intersection
between a curve and a straight line.
Made from interlocking
layers of butyrate, these are easy to form and hold steady while marking.
While longer versions
are typically used in boatbuilding,
these shorter lengths are shop favorites for furniture design and layout,
particularly for furniture legs.
The 3/16" x 3/4"
x 18" long curve will form to a minimum radius of
4-1/2"; the 7/32" x 7/8" x 36" long curve will form
to a minimum radius of 5-1/2". An excellent layout tool, made in