With the bed set up in short rails I think its easier to see the effect of the upturned top cap I will post both the original mahogany bed without the upturn and the revised bed with the upturn (in cherry)
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Several months ago I posted a proposed design change to the cap rail on my Fremont Bed. At the time, there was a mixed reaction to this. The bed has finally made it to the current spot on my schedule and is now ready to go the finisher. Seeing th...
Just recently I got a most of the bugs worked out on my new CNC machine. I am rather confident now that when I hit the “go” bottom – it’s going to do what I want. Its been a long haul to get this machine up and running – along with my confide...
There seemed to be some interest in my post yesterday on design so I thought I would follow up with this ….. I never can seem to leave a design alone and call it good enough. I have a commission on the books for a Fremont Bed. I was not sati...
Much of my work is spawned by my previous work. I like to call it “The Begets”. One design begets the next and in turn that one begets the next one – and so on. The line of begets can be rather long and intertwined. A beget starts out ...