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The Bonfire Chair build blog

05-23-2015 09:01 PM by kaerlighedsbamsen | 11 comments »

This is the blog describing how i made this chair. For a long time I have had this corner of my garden that have a place for a bonfire. We use it a lot and the favorite is making pancakes using a pan on a long stick. My son loves it! But the place itself could use some help. Especially the chairs are a bit annoying. I keep them because they were a gift from a friend and have a fun story to them (they are made by the inmates of a local prison that houses long term prisoners): The ...

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Current Project #23: Chairs and a 2x4 Xylophone Experiment

04-21-2015 08:15 PM by Dave Rutan | 0 comments »

[Above] I’m still slowly working on the first two of ten chairs I’ll be building. ‘ll blame the filming for slowing me down. One of the backs has a flaw in it, chip out from my router and I’m trying to fix it with sawdust and glue. three tries so far. he photo shows the two chairs nested one n the other (a feature!) and the two backs. A third back is in the bending clamp. I also now have some data on materials: From 2 1”x12”x8’ I can get th...

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Current Project #22: Those Chairs and my Clamps

04-10-2015 02:23 AM by Dave Rutan | 0 comments »

I decided to start cutting the parts for two of the ten chairs I plan on building to match the conference table I made last year. In the photo above you can see the parts cut out and ready for some milling, sanding and assembling. I’m also filming this process. I cut the 3 inch wide lengths out of a 1×12. As I was ripping, I encountered my first ever ‘pinch.’ The wood closed around the blade and riving knife to the point where I couldn’t even try to push it...

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Fixing a Nakashima Inspired Chair

03-18-2015 08:58 PM by Matthew Morris | 7 comments »

Sometimes things break. This is one of those cases. There was probably a defect in the wood that was undetectable when I built the chair and when the wrong set of forces were applied to the chair, one of the two legs broke after the joint. To fix the chair, I built a sled that would ride on the table saw and support the chair standing up and would allow me to use a spacer block, after the first cut to create a new mortise for the bridal joint. Here is the chair in the sled. Noti...

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Morris Chair #9: Journey's End, and so it goes.

03-04-2015 02:43 PM by Luddite | 2 comments »

3 March 2015 I’ve finally reached the end of this build. Soon the client will come claim her chairs and off they’ll go for their cushions. Glad but sad at the end of builds, well not for all of them. The “Tea Table” was one I didn’t shed any tears over. My phantom tip of thumb reminds me every time I mention that project. So here’s a wrap up of the Morris Chair build…. Early January. Legs and rails prepped. Bent arm conundrum reso...

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In the wood shop today #38: dining chairs bar stools & of course rocking chairs!

01-25-2015 04:01 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 7 comments »

Click here to watch my latest shop walk through Where I discuss on going projects, if you like what you see please subscribe for future updates. Thanks!

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Morris style glider #4: Breakdown of wood

01-15-2015 08:12 PM by Orange008 | 0 comments »

I haven’t posted in awhile. I have finally found some time to show my progress. I purchased the lumber at the end of September and began to mark out on the wood where my cuts would be. I used a light blue chalk to show up well on the dark wood. I also marked a letter on each piece to correspond to my cutlist and assembly instructions with a grease pencil, so it would not smudge or rub off easily during the breakdown of the wood, but not stain as a marker would. Some of the boards ...

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In the wood shop today #37: Sanding sanding sanding

01-13-2015 01:18 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 2 comments »

Hello fellow sawdust makers, Enjoy the video below, I sand and discuss a little of my sanding technique https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvvg97_uHJ8

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In the wood shop today #35: Power carving Walnut bar stools

12-20-2014 02:31 AM by Canadian Woodworks | 2 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDpYB8rwUC4 Follow along as I assemble and carve a set of 4 beautiful Walnut bar height stools !https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/ngv0at6.jpg

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Designing a Chair #5: Chair Saga Part V Final Chapter

11-07-2014 03:47 PM by Dave Rutan | 4 comments »

This is my last proof of concept/prototype. From here on it’ll be a build and the project entry will be a tutorial. As you see I threw some stain on it to get a good idea on how it will look. (Dark colors are slimming, no?) I used the same stain as the table the chairs are destined for. This last chair is held together exclusively by screws, screws and more screws, highly visible screws! The production model will be glued with hidden screws for peace of mind. The plan is to take thi...

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