My friend and I are in the planning stages of doing a joint, side-by-side build of some new workbenches. This will start with the logs and hiring a guy with a woodmizer to mill the timber in to boards. It looks like we are going to be using red ...
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Location: Saranac, MI
I'm a hobby woodworker by night, Contract Coordinator by day. I'm passionate about woodworking and I enjoy learning. Lots of that to do.
My shop is in the basement for now, with a goal to move in to a shop in the garage, but I need to have one of those first.
-- DullChiselDoug, http://www.mcphersonvisionsinwood.com
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So I delivered the tabletops tonight to the coffee shop and helped my friend install them. It was very gratifying to see this big project come to a successful end. They seemed genuinely pleased with their purchase. Now I’m sharing with ...
Some updated pictures after a coat of BLO. I used a loose spline inside a dado slot to align and reinforce the frames. . And then I used my freshly sharpened jointer plane to clean up the edges. 1/8 round over router bit on...
Some friends of mine run a local Coffee Roasting and Espresso Bar here in my area (Michigan), and they contacted me about building six new table tops for their coffee shop. For the design, we decided to inlay their company logo in each table. ...
I’m sure others have posted a project similar to this, so I’ll be brief on the description. This is just another great, simple way to get some use from those cut-off strips that accumulate in the shop. I start by gluing up several ...