|Project by Cedrus||posted 02-10-2015 04:29 PM||1764 views||15 times favorited||16 comments|
This is an Alaskan Yellow Cedar bench. It had some tricky components such as the mortises in the curved upper rail for the back slats. I drilled the curved rail on the drill press with the help of a level and a special jig. All mortise and tenon joints are used elsewhere with solid curved arms. The seat slats are screwed down with yellow cedar plugs to hide the holes. It was assembled with waterproof glue and finished with four coats of Tung oil. The bottoms of the legs are epoxy sealed.
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