|Project by SwainCustoms||posted 03-29-2013 07:51 PM||1802 views||8 times favorited||7 comments|
Hello all its been a while since my last post. I finally got the chance to make something other than a butcher block. This unit was a custom order to be used as audio equipment shelving, I cant take credit for the design the customer had already pre fabricated how the legs would work out. I made the shelves out of varying species of mahogany. I was able to reclaim the wood from a neighbor who was moving. The profile that I used on the shelves was a 1/4 round. I used a dull rubbed effect conversion varnish clear finish by sherwin williams, this was applied with an hvlp spray gun. Luckily my days as a finisher payed off a bit. The legs are made out of threaded rod with some rubber bushings, lock washers, and bolts, a little industrial for how fine the shelves are in my opinion but still nice. Well I Hope you enjoy and thanks for checking it out.
-- Zach @ http://www.swaincustoms.com