Thursday, 7-24-14 at Wyaralong Dam. Our car was the only one in the lot. The temp. got up to 24C.
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Location: Range View, Australia
I've made furniture, cabinets and things all my life. Now I'm more interested in luthiery and playing music.
Although I've made a fair few electric double basses, electric fiddles and 11 acoustic instruments ( inc. the double bass in my avatar ), here I'll mainly post furniture of my design.
Machinery, hand power tools and hand tools are all the same for me...just tools, some have much more charm than others, but in the end, just a means to my ends.
I don't mind if anyone copies my work but do me the courtesy of at least mentioning my name.
-- Bill....... I listen very closely to the timber and then impose my will.
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This is an easy alternative to the complex trad tail vise. It’s not quite as versatile as the trad vise but much more useful than the wagon wheel with the single dog hole and no end of bench clamping. trad vise http://lumberjocks.com/pro...
This cabinet will hold basses and guitars in cases. Euro beech framing, cherry and chilean myrtle panels. The rails are cut from one large board, kept in sequence as is the cherry in the top panels. The grain in the top panels changes direct...