|Project by DBinESCON||posted 11-08-2013 06:31 PM||878 views||0 times favorited||5 comments|
I normally don’t get involved in large projects but when my brother in law asked if I was interested in making the wall paneling for one of his projects, I couldn’t resist the challenge.
My part was to mill and pre-assemble the woodwork on the walls except for the doors and crown moulding. It all started as several hundred feet of 4/4 mahogany and 12 sheets of grain matched mahogany veneered MDF. The moulding, including the circle head work was run on a Williams and Hussey planer. Once each wall was completely assembled in my shop, it was dis-assembled to a point where the sections could fit through the chapel doors.
Final installation was completed by my brother in law’s crew. I stayed in my shop and returned to the fun stuff.