...is a proper vacuum press. One of my cauls or clamps must have slipped overnight, for I woke this morning to find my table top veneers curled and lifting off the substrate. My instinct immediately told me this is one for the fireplace, b...
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New bandsaw blades finally arrived, so it’s time to transform one thick inlay into several thin inlays. One small void deep in the middle of the lamination caused one of the arcs to open up. Theoretically, I could superglue this and ...
Used the old trick of a straight board and a router to get a glue-able edge on the Panga laminates for the top. One set is gluing already and we’ll move on to the next tomorrow. Pulled open the form and revealed my curved inlay stock...
I’m already a bit into this project and I’ll be nibbling at it for several months. Here’s a recap of what’s happened so far:This is what it will ultimately look like. We’re not particularly big wine drinkers, so a s...