@eds_tnt_ hey ed what would you call the figure on this wood? A lot of them seem fairly similar in look and its hard to tell which it is with the photos I've seen on the internet. Thanks for any help I know your the man when it comes to wood so I figured I'd ask the best.
I looked up and there was dust in the air and thought, "thats weird the vacuum is attached to the sander and running"
I think I figured it out. To say the vacuum was hot would be an understatement.
When you are commissioned to fit out and design another restaurant and deli.... And the owner wants "Beautiful flowing and natural that will bring together the earth and food"... I made a call to these guys.. Who as it turns out are extremely busy...But apparently when you say "please" and "thank you" it goes a long way.
So now thanks to @woopatchhomeandgarden My client gets their tables,chairs and food graded boards ready for the opening.... Cannot thank you enough and thank you for inviting me down to the workshop...
О моих любимы деревяшках. Постов об арт-дереве будет много. Это - моя страсть.
В данном случае, хочу начать с простых изделий - для носимых гаджетов. Где трушные ребята, а где полнный пиздец, видно сразу. На первом и третьем фото в скролле - полный пиздец и рукожопие. Хотите #дереводорогодома ? - #woodyoushop
Всех производителей, которых не отметил, готов «пометить” ))) активной ссылкой. Сорри и DM
I got to dry assemble the cabinet last night, fit together perfectly! Very happy with the dovetails too, I love the way they pull the whole piece together square. Worth the time and effort for sure. Next step is planning the internal drawer layout 👍🏻
Things that are frustrating: Forgetting to cross a T. 2 T’s. Especially after I’ve taken pictures of them. And the customer has picked it up. And neither of us noticed 🙈🙈🙈
It super sucks. But I guess that’s part of the beauty of handmade (😬😬😬) ????? Things I’m working on: Slowing down. Smelling the (roses) tulips. And being more careful ❤️🙏
But seriously: how did I take this picture and not notice?? Really annoyed with myself right now. #kilchen#woops
A not too long ago #tbt of the vertically hung thin red line axe flag. The Maltese cross (fireman's cross) was hand engraved and the axe was shaped and inlaid into the flag using nothing but a jig saw and an orbital sander. Even awesome things can be made with simple tools. The best part of this flag was the customers that this went too who shot me some awesome footage and photos of the delivery.
We built these wooden legs and decided that we wanted to use threaded inserts and stainless button head socket cap screws to fasten the legs to the underside of the table. Originally we were going to use a router to make our slots but realized that the @festool_usa domino could plunge a slot all the way through and then we switched over to the larger cutter head that allowed us to recess the bolt head.
Would love to hear your thoughts on this application/idea!