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Blog series by Junji updated 05-13-2009 12:55 PM 4 parts 3539 reads 22 comments total

Part 1: finally started the last project

05-02-2009 04:06 AM by Junji | 5 comments »

So this will be the last project of “study desk unit for my son”. I have been thinking about this ever since I started this while project, but the other day somebody here is LJ introduced me the projects of Nakashima, so I decided to go with that taste. (thank you Todd and one.hit.wonder) So here is the plan, kind of easy one as always. From woodworking I am not sure about the extra support legs, I know it will be much cooler without them, but I have to make it strong, s...

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Part 2: day 3, attaching seat to the legs

05-09-2009 01:16 AM by Junji | 7 comments »

Now I am already worried about using rustic logs for the chair… The logs are pretty much straight, I thought. But actually not, not at all. So for the 2 legs, the point where they attach the seat are not the same. The right one will be about 15 mm forward. But I started, and that was the original idea… Mortise and tenon are different from what I usually do, but it’s got to be good and tight one, need to make it strong. For mortises, it was an easy part. Just cut square...

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Part 3: Day 4 and 5, Seat and legs.

05-09-2009 02:10 PM by Junji | 6 comments »

I couldn’t spend much time in my workshop, yesterday and today, but really enjoying making this chair. From what I have done by the day before, I figured out the feet are too wide, and it make the whole thing like “Gigantic Robot”, so I made them thin. And to keep the two feet in the right position, I decided to use some sticks between. Put 5 of them all not close to the front and back, because I didn’t want people to stand on it. Made some “ass shape” o...

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Part 4: Day 6-7 Shaping the seat and started to put them together.

05-13-2009 12:55 PM by Junji | 4 comments »

Shaped the seat and assembled the parts, now I really regret that I used these log legs. Each time I tried to fix some unbalanced part, other impropriety comes up somewhere else. Oh well, that’s what I have to accept anyway, though. And I finally decided to put extra support legs in front. Firstly because it was not steady enough for kids chair anyway ,and secondly I wanted to fix a warp with it. And it worked just fine. I don’t know how it looks with and without it yet, but it...

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