I've never had that exact situation, but what I might try is to do a trial fitting first. Then I'd cut a small wedge. The wedge will be too big (it will stick up too high), but mark it where it needs to be then remove it and trim it with a sharp knife. (note: align the wedge grain with the board if the wedge will hold together. Otherwise, go with grain direction which will hold together)
Then do your glueup being careful not to fill the gap with glue. Carefully insert the wedge after the original glue up. Maybe use epoxy glue to fill any space left. Push the wedge down flat where you need it to be. If not tight, the epoxy will fill. After the glue hardens, very carefully trim with a sharp chisel.
At least that's what I'd try. I'm afraid it will show to those who look closely, however.
I don't see any way to do it invisibly.
Last edited by Mike Henderson; 09-11-2008 at 04:45 AM.
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