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  1. They call him Shooter

    An old co-worker of mine asked me to make a shadowbox for another old co-worker that is retiring from the Air Force. I worked with both of them when I was still active duty. He had drawn up the plans of what he wanted, with measurements and everything. I must say he was pretty close, as I only...
  2. ZEBRAWOOD FLAGCASE

    Flagcase made entirely of zebrawood, dimensions 45×45x70cm, finish non glossy sprey laquer. Corners strenghtened by beech splines. Requested addition was to enable to hang it on the wall also.
  3. FLAG CASE

    Flag case, sides made of 15mm oak, 3mm plywood back, overal dimensions 40×40cm, finish wood oil, base 40mm thick, 3mm glass. Splines were made of wenge.
  4. 3 shadow boxes

    I got commissioned to build three flag cases. All three are oak w/ minwax provincial stain. Several coats of Formby's Tung oil finish followed by 2 coats of wax. The case with the coins is for a minister that is a huge supporter of the Military. The five coins are Army, Navy, Marine, Coast...
  5. Finishing
    Hello community, I recently embarked on my first woodworking project: a simply farmhouse rustic style table from reclaimed coastal redwood. The great news, the table turned out exactly as I wanted. The bad news, I may have made a mistake with the finish. First I sanded the tabletop using 80...
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