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RE: Daily Bench Shot - ®smpr_fi_mac® - 10-29-2020

Pikler triangle braces for a pair of triangles


RE: Daily Bench Shot - stav - 10-30-2020

(06-27-2020, 08:21 AM)Sullivan Wrote: Just finished up some 8 foot pantry doors for a friend.  Poplar rails/stiles, MDF panels.  Came out pretty good.

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Wow, nice doors.  I'm working on a closet remodel that could use a set like that.  Are these from your own design or did you get plans somewhere?


RE: Daily Bench Shot - stav - 10-30-2020

(10-27-2020, 06:48 PM)Gary G™ Wrote: Miss Judy wants a couple of black walnut butcher block counters in her renovated kitchen.
This is the small one...

Seeing a lot of walnut for counters around here lately.  They are beautiful.


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 10-31-2020

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RE: Daily Bench Shot - Gary G™ - 11-01-2020

Dry fitting .......


RE: Daily Bench Shot - stav - 11-02-2020

Nice.....................


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Rob Young - 11-02-2020

Bit delayed with the photos but slowly working on a Queen Anne style dining chair. Not because I particularly like the style but more because I'm interested in how the joinery works and the shaping techniques for the S-curve splat and crest rail.

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RE: Daily Bench Shot - arthropod98 - 11-02-2020

looks like a real nice shop space, wood!   Cool

much bigger'n mine, but about the same amount of free workbench area.   Laugh


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 11-02-2020

(11-02-2020, 10:17 AM)arthropod98 Wrote: looks like a real nice shop space, wood!   Cool

much bigger'n mine, but about the same amount of free workbench area.   Laugh

Thanks Artho!!
3500sqft, less the 4x8 assembly table area. Laugh


RE: Daily Bench Shot - EdL - 11-03-2020

2 shelf glue- ups, fresh from the drum sander, 22 x 46. They will be put on a re-purposed casket rack  Laugh  (dad was an undertaker) and used for storage of small steel pieces. I'll trim out the back and sides with 3/4 x 2 stock. Throw a coat of linseed oil on and call it good.

If you can guess the wood type, I'll pay yer woodnet membership fee for next year.  Yes

Ed

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