|Project by Lalloos||posted 04-30-2014 08:38 PM||565 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
1: A kitchen island with a marble top,tempered glass shelves,locking casters, and nickel plated steel welded frame.I cut all the pieces and finish ground them after they were welded.
2: curved wall cabinet for a mud room
3: when I was in highschool I did a co-op volunteer work placement at a cabinet shop.Since I was a student they didn’t trust me with much, but they did not have an edgebander.Hence, I WAS THE edgebander.Hundreds of pieces a day, drawers,cabinets,doors, and I did a lot of sanding too.They never gave me a job afterwards,but Now at least I’m really good at taping.Plus hey, it looks good on my resume that I worked at a cabinet shop years ago
4: chrome plated steel with a live edge walnut wood top.I sanded the hell out of the top with that metal-mesh-abrasive sandpaper, and it took me much longer than using regular sandpaper.Does anyone have good experience with that kind of sandpaper and Mirka sanders?
5: plywood wine rack
-- A poor workman blames his tools;either he learn to use them,or find better tools.Woodwork is good work;idle hands are the devils playthings.