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Project by danofpaco posted 127 days ago 1077 views 6 times favorited 14 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here is a picture frame I recently completed for my Dad’s birthday. Curly maple and Purpleheart, splines are hard maple. Finish was a dilute application of Transtint vintage maple, sanded back to the facegrain to pop the curl, followed by 1 thinned coat of Arm-R-Seal gloss as a seal coat. This was followed by 4 coats of full strength Arm-R-Seal gloss wiped on, and the last coat a thinned coat of the Arm-R-Seal.

Thanks for looking, comments appreciated!

-- Dan :: Minnesota





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vetwoodworker

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#1 posted 127 days ago

Very Nice Job! Miters are very tight, as are the joints between the Maple/PurpleHeart, and the curl is beautifully popped! Thanks for showing!

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mcoyfrog

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#2 posted 127 days ago

Beautiful I dig it, frames are really hard for me. You did a awesome job.

-- Wood and Glass they kick (well you know) Have a great day - Dug

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steve_in_ohio

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#3 posted 127 days ago

wow, it turned out beautiful. Great work

-- steve, simple and effective woodworking---

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danofpaco

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#4 posted 127 days ago

Thanks, guys!

-- Dan :: Minnesota

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garbonsai

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#5 posted 127 days ago

Really nice work. May I ask how you got the miters so perfect?

-- Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.

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PoohBaah

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#6 posted 127 days ago

Beautiful frame and I have the same print. Looks like I am going to buy some curly maple and get to work.

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OhValleyWoodandWool

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#7 posted 127 days ago

beautiful

-- "All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then Success is sure." Mark Twain

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danofpaco

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#8 posted 127 days ago

garbonsai doing it again, if I had had more time, I would have built myself a miter sled for the table saw. For this project though, I stacked and cut the two long pieces together and the two short pieces together on the miter saw. I used carpet tape to stick the boards together and a couple of screws on the cutoff ends to keep everything nice and tight.

-- Dan :: Minnesota

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Matt Vredenburg

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#9 posted 127 days ago

Nice job. Looks great!

-- Matt, Arizona

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Papascott

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#10 posted 127 days ago

Great job! Finish is great

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hoss12992

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#11 posted 127 days ago

Awesome, great job

-- The Old Rednek Workshop https://www.facebook.com/theoldrednekworkshoptn

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garbonsai

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#12 posted 126 days ago

@danofpaco: That’s impressive. Even with a sled, my miters usually don’t turn out that nice. Congratulations.

-- Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.

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Dinger

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#13 posted 126 days ago

Beautiful work. Much better than my first posted project! Welcome to LJ’s!

-- "Begin every endeaver with the end ever in mind."

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Lukas

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#14 posted 123 days ago

I like the combination of the woods, very nice work!

-- www.lukasmueller.com

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