With the miters glued up I can dry fit the piece to the top to check the fit! And it’s perfect! I love it when a plan comes together!
Glueing up miters can get a little complicated when there’s only 3 sides to what I’m building. This is for a hall table and will house 2 drawers once finished.
I’ve been working on four different projects the past month or so. Yesterday I delivered the mesquite valances and today I got started on finishing this juniper and steel table. I need to stop doing so many at one time! It gets a little crowded in the shop with so…
Quickly threw this jig together to cut some slots to hang the window valances. Only sanding and finishing to go and these are done!
I have a client that wants mesquite valances for the windows in their living room. The slab I got is a near perfect slab when it comes to mesquite around here. There’s only a few small cracks in the ends and no bark inclusions! Anyways first I ripped it down…
Finally got my latest bench completed! The wind was keeping me stalled and it finally quit blowing so I could spray the base! If you’re interested in seeing it up close I dropped the bench off at Art House Centro in Old Town Artisans Gallery this morning! Stop by and…
Getting in some exercise today leveling these mesquite boards!
I made pretty good progress today on my latest bench. I’m liking it. Paint on the base and finish on the slab and I’ll be done!
And it’s welded!
Today I’m working on the steel base for another mesquite and steel bench. This time I’m using hammered tubing to add some texture to the base. The layout and cutting complete, the next step is to jig it up so I can weld it