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Made from furniture grade pine. Finish is water based lacquer. Used as a low island table in a kitchen.
May 05, 2006
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Mark A. DeCou
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#1 posted 05-09-2006 05:45 PM
your details on the drawers are nice. You did a nice job of insetting all of the drawers with what looks like consistent, tight gaps around each edge. Do you use a router jig for the half blind dovetails, or do them with a chisel?thanks,Mark DeCouwww.decoustudio.com
-- Mark DeCou - American Contemporary Craft Artisan - www.decoustudio.com
#2 posted 05-09-2006 08:06 PM
Thanks for your comments. I use a half-blind router jig from Rockler on most all my drawers. It works great on drawers, and I leave it set up for drawer use all the time. It is a very inexpensive jig ( I think I bought it on sale at Rockler a while back for $49.95), but it sets up easy and works great.
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#3 posted 03-09-2007 07:13 AM
Very nice serving table and I like the Ambrosia Maple bowl on top. Did you make that also.
-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware soon moving to Virginia firstname.lastname@example.org †
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#4 posted 03-09-2007 01:26 PM
(thanks again Karson for pulling this to the front of the line)I think this table is great!!! Lots of space on the top AND the bonus of tons of drawers. Definitely a winner in my books.
Hmmm might just have to make something like this…....
-- ~ Debbie, Canada (https://www.facebook.com/DebbiePribeleENJOConsultant)
#5 posted 03-19-2007 09:38 PM
Yeah, I made the Ambrosia Maple bowl also. I used to do a lot of bowl turning, but mush less now as spend most of my time on new furniture pieces.
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#6 posted 03-19-2007 09:45 PM
Nice,see guys very fine furniture can be made from pine.
-- Phil, Chattanooga,TN
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#7 posted 04-19-2007 05:59 AM
This is the best lookin’ pine I have seen an a long while. Nice job.
-- Carpe Lignum; Tornare Lignum (Seize the wood, to Turn the wood)
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#8 posted 04-19-2007 06:04 AM
Beautiful, Do you know of a woodworking website that I could join with out being humiliated by people with your talent?
-- Make Dust
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#9 posted 04-26-2007 07:14 PM
Awesome Piece. Where does one acquire water based lacquer? How is it to work with? The smell of your typical lacquer kills me.
#10 posted 04-27-2007 04:51 PM
I have used a product called Hydrocote Resisthane on many projects. It is a water-based lacquer, available in satin or gloss, from Highland Hardware in Atlanta. The have a web site -www.highlandwoodworking.com. The lacquer can be brushed or sprayed. I have a very inexpensive HVLP spray outfit that handles the Resisthane very easily. It dries fast, can be applied over oil-based stain or shellac, and cleans up easily with water. And no headaches form the lacquer odor afterward. It’s good stuff.
#11 posted 04-27-2007 06:43 PM
Thanks Man. I’ll check it out.
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