Dialing in a tenon on a walnut slab for a headboard. Some calipers and the rabbet block plane from @lienielsentoolworks makes for an accurate joint and some fun wood shavings.
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Heads up @watersedgewoods! Some monster elm slabs that have been air drying for a year or so at our lot are finally ready for the kiln. These are going to make some serious tables.
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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.
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Nice stacks of parts at the dovetailin' station. Making several boxes for @bloodrootblades out of a few different species. We love jobs like this!
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Live edge cookies sanded smooth after coming off the slab jig. Wild figure in this end grain. These will be coffee table tops. Next step is a lot of keys. Free t-shirt for the first person to correctly identify this specie!
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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
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