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I've been working with wood since I was a kid under the guidance of my father who was a jack of all trades and built boats, remodeled our home and more. Upon his passing I, being the only son, have inherited his tools and since the early 90's have begun to develop woodworking skills as a hobby. I've built many indoor pieces, remodeled our homes and more.

Now as a hobby, I design, build and sell Adirondack Chairs in the great state of South Carolina USA.

I design my pieces using TurboCAD and have hired that skill out as well. If anyone needs CAD work - feel free to let me know!

Visit my website to check out my latest projects on the products page.

-- Eddie, Irmo, SC

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#1 posted 12-30-2014 10:29 PM

Welcome to LumberJocks Eddie ! Working on the Grandpa Family bench. Just picked up the bolts and some more long boards for the seat slats. I have the rest of the prototype pieces ready to go for the first assembly. I should be able to get the patterns mailed to you once I have my first test print in a week or so.


-- Phil, DWG files at

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