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
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Finished up display boxes for @singlethreadfarms with @bloodrootblades knives securely attached to magnetic strips. From the top is walnut, oak, charred ash, and maple. This was a really fun job and an honor to work with such talented people!
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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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Small brass tabs on the boxes. Sweet. @bloodrootblades
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Making progress on the giant walnut doors for the Georgian ballroom. Laying out all the domino joinery, then walnut veneer will be applied on the stiles and rails, then we will fit the panels. These things are huge!
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Sculpting some live edge patches on the walnut slab headboard with a spoke shave. Mimicking the twists and curves is challenging, but very fun. Our work is usually very geometric, so working organic twists and contours is a nice change of pace.
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