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  1. Ping Pong Paddle for Kameron

    I was recently commissioned to build this ping pong paddle for a friend. This is the third I have done; they seem to get easier every time. It took around 5 hours overall, and consists of a main body of Olivewood; edging, handle grips, and bow ties of walnut; and cherry for the inlaid K on the...
  2. Butterfly Tree Paddle

    Over the last week I have been working on this Ping Pong Paddle which I call the 'Butterfly Tree.' I began by cutting the tree pattern and inlaying it into the background; I found out this takes a lot longer than I thought being that it is only one piece! The paddle is constructed of mahogany...
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    I'm designing a splayed leg desk where the legs attach to an apron with an oblique bridle joint. I don't want to glue the legs because I want to be able to break down the desk so it can be stored relatively flat. So I am looking for a wood for the legs and the apron which is dimensionally...
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