|Project by blarsen||posted 12-15-2011 04:35 PM||1084 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
Until recently, working with wood has been synonymous with home improvement for me. We live in a house dating back to 1867 which has needed quite a lot of attention since we moved in 12 years back, and I am too cheap – and fussy – to let anybody else do it. Some years back we started getting close to “finished” with the house, so then we went and bought a farm house (built approx. 1830) to use as a weekend getaway.
So, I’ve done quite a lot of work with wood, but not much woodwork. Now I’m trying to change that.
This is my very first attempt at a band saw box. It was cut from a slab of oak I found in the woodshed. Cut on the bandsaw, glued, assembled and then mounted in the lathe and sanded properly round. Finished with three coats of Danish Oil.
The guy in the back just enjoys being photographed.
-- Bjørn Hell Larsen, Stavanger, Norway