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  1. Buffet Table

    Though I would try my hand at a Buffet Table this weekend. I copied the design from the Ana White website with a few changes in dimensions and modeled it up in Solidworks. Solidworks makes it so much easier to generate an accurate cut list. Now all I have to do it paint the bottom and stain...
  2. "Hapag Larawan" Console table

    This console table is part of a set commissioned by a client. I will be posting the dining table and chairs as soon as I get it finished. The whole set will find its home in Frankfurt, Germany by next month. The legs are stack laminated, steam bent Ipil and Molave. the locks are kamagong...
  3. Wooden Trivet Set

    The original idea for the Fish Trivet came from Popular Woodworking. I modified it by reducing the thickness (for esthetics), and created a set of three different sizes to accommodate a variety of large and small serving dishes (meat, potato and vegetable). The set is a wonderful addition to...
  4. Buffet Table

    My first post on Lumberjocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A customer of mine asked me to Design and make a buffet server 6ft long, 13" deep and to match the style of their other furniture. Solid Red Oak. Since I'm relatively new to furniture making and woodworking in general, this was a long tough...
  5. Buffet table bookcase

    Ready for my first commission to be picked up. I have neither the vehicle nor the muscle. Friend's wife wanted a buffet table to sit beside dining room table to use to put serving dishes on and also have open bookshelf for books and other display items. It's 72 inches by 37 high and 16 inches...
  6. A Buffet table

    My wife wanted a buffet table to go in the dining room. I managed to put this together out of some pine shelf board. It's finished with osmo-polx.
  7. My first furniture build

    So this was my first real furniture building project, and I am very happy with the results. Of course, it is not perfect by any means, but I learned a ton. This is actually a test build using building lumber in order to perfect the design before I move to hardwood. But it turned out so good...
  8. Buffet Table - Walnut and Spalted Maple

    While attending a woodworking group meeting, there happened to be some door prizes. Well, my name was pulled and I selected 4 spalted maple boards. I've been wanted to build a small buffet table in our dining area for a while now, and decided that my walnut mated up with the spalted maple...
  9. Hand Tools
    I've been looking for a good coping saw. During my search, I came across some unique Japanese coping saws called "Freeway Picus". They come with two blade styles (spiral and diamond) that are unlike anything I have ever seen on a coping saw. The blades have beefy square loops at the ends and...
  10. Woodworking Skill Share
    I picked up a small batch of beetle-kill, Lodgepole Pine, yesterday, from the mill that logs and saws it. My moisture meter calls it 10%. My understanding is that there is an Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) for every given temp and humidity level. From calculators like this one, it seems...
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