I first drilled through the slab with a forstner bit to take away a lot of the material, this was not easy as the slab is very heavy and trying to keep it steady on the drill press was a challenge, in the end I had to make a set of legs the right ...
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Location: Sydney Australia
Musician with a love of woodwork. I have mainly been working with turntable plinths over the last year but have attempted some furniture building and restoration in the past.
-- "These are my principles. And if you don't like them, I have others." ... Cheers, David from Sydney Australia
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Hi all I have purchased some beautiful Red Cedar and am going to try my hand at some larger joinery work. It is really lovely timber and was a very good price as the timber yard sadly is closing. This was a bundelled mixture of boards and...
Hi all After about twenty coats of marine varnish I rubbed it back to 400 grade and then polished with Triple EEE paste and finally buffed with furniture makers wax to a high gloss finish. I am pretty proud of how the finish is considering I...
Hi all I have decided to go with a one pack marine varnish with the table top and have put on two coats, the first one a sealer coat diluted with turps. Here is a pic.