Getting the first coat of oil and wax on the #reclaimed oak table top. It was a chore to stabilize, but worth it.
Nice stacks of parts at the dovetailin' station. Making several boxes for @bloodrootblades out of a few different species. We love jobs like this!
The backside of the walnut headboard. Here you can see how the draw bore mortise and tenon works. One tight pin holds the slabs in place while the other pin holes are slotted, allowing the slab to expand and contract seasonally without splitting. No glue
Finishing up a pair of mobile work tables for the @creaturecomfortsbeer offices. Cherry slabs match the conference table we delivered a few weeks ago. These were fun little tables to make, sculpting the live edges to get the contours to match up precisely
Inserting some drawer dividers in a white oak desk. This joint needs to float to accommodate movement in the panel, needs the mechanical advantage of a sliding dovetail, and needs to be stopped at the front and the back so that it's hidden. The solution i
Storage side view of the rustic reclaimed information desks. We love the hand hewn beam skins we sawed up at our mill, and the look of them against the clean, finished cabinet.