WOOD you? Woodworking and Makers thread for those who love making things
#31
Shadow Wrote:Cork board and yes I did supply all the wine corks Chuckle the frame is a piece of an old piano I was given. Tried to repurpose it but it was just cheap laminate over balsam so it made a splendid bonfire.

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So cute! Good tack board for kitchen notes.
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#32
Yeppers Wrote:
SlowLoris Wrote:I love the smell of sawdust. It's an addiction like no other. Each species of wood has its own distinctive smell.

I know that there are several BTF members here who make sawdust on a regular basis.

I want this thread to be a sharing of projects large and small and also a place to ask and answer questions about wood, woodworking. carpentry, tools and tricks.
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I have been the office admin at a cabinet shop for 9 years now. I absolutely love the craft!!
Our guys do beautiful work but are getting tired of not being able to do fun projects. We are so busy that 
they just have to stick with our build schedule. We are currently trying to find other things that we can bring to the market other than 
kitchen and bath cabinets. 
Im going to try to find some fun things that our guys will enjoy building that we can take to 
local farmers markets and sell.
Here's just a couple pics of their work

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Mad skills! Quite well done.
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(09-13-2019, 11:33 AM)PickleSnout Wrote:
Yeppers Wrote:
SlowLoris Wrote:I love the smell of sawdust. It's an addiction like no other. Each species of wood has its own distinctive smell.

I know that there are several BTF members here who make sawdust on a regular basis.

I want this thread to be a sharing of projects large and small and also a place to ask and answer questions about wood, woodworking. carpentry, tools and tricks.
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I have been the office admin at a cabinet shop for 9 years now. I absolutely love the craft!!
Our guys do beautiful work but are getting tired of not being able to do fun projects. We are so busy that 
they just have to stick with our build schedule. We are currently trying to find other things that we can bring to the market other than 
kitchen and bath cabinets. 
Im going to try to find some fun things that our guys will enjoy building that we can take to 
local farmers markets and sell.
Here's just a couple pics of their work

[Image: syxZ0YR.jpg]

[Image: vEmlUh0.jpg]
Mad skills! Quite well done.


This bottom photo reminds me of the century home my wife was restoring and the kitchen.
This picture shows what our cabinet maker was able to build using just a hand drawn sketch.
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(09-13-2019, 11:56 AM)Rodent Wrote:
(09-13-2019, 11:33 AM)PickleSnout Wrote:
Yeppers Wrote:I have been the office admin at a cabinet shop for 9 years now. I absolutely love the craft!!
Our guys do beautiful work but are getting tired of not being able to do fun projects. We are so busy that 
they just have to stick with our build schedule. We are currently trying to find other things that we can bring to the market other than 
kitchen and bath cabinets. 
Im going to try to find some fun things that our guys will enjoy building that we can take to 
local farmers markets and sell.
Here's just a couple pics of their work

[Image: syxZ0YR.jpg]

[Image: vEmlUh0.jpg]
Mad skills! Quite well done.


This bottom photo reminds me of the century home my wife was restoring and the kitchen.
This picture shows what our cabinet maker was able to build using just a hand drawn sketch.
[Image: AgfoNUx.jpg]
WOW!!! That is amazing! Beautiful craftsmanship!
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#35
Wow! This thread is awesome!
You are all so talented!
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(09-13-2019, 01:24 PM)DeplorablyNameless Wrote: Wow! This thread is awesome!
You are all so talented!
 I second that!!!
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#37
I wanted to post some pics of a clock I built, but the imgur thing quit working.  1dunno1
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(09-13-2019, 02:58 PM)Weasel Keeper Wrote: I wanted to post some pics of a clock I built, but the imgur thing quit working.  1dunno1
Ya it's like remodeling a house while a family with 6 kids lives there. (I did that Wink )

Try F5 to see if one of the workers has put in the new sink.
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#39
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(09-13-2019, 03:11 PM)Weasel Keeper Wrote: [Image: urUyyJ0.jpg] [Image: n7R9Dzr.jpg][Image: BJSpw5y.jpg] I made it from Aspen, Mahogany, Maple, and cedar for the roof shingles.
Love it!!!❤️
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