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  1. Walnut Slab Nakashima Inspired Hall Table

    I purchased this walnut slab somewhat unintentionally. Two years ago, my wife wanted a coffee table and was trying to talk me into convincing my parents to give up a carrara marble table top. My parents have it seated on two wicker forms and use it as a coffee table in their living room. In...
  2. Narra Box

    Narra or Philippine mahogany is one of the most popular wood specie mosty used for furnitures here in our country, mainly due to its durability and nice wood grain pattern. Here i'm trying this wood on the main body of my 3rd box in LJ. The top is joint left-over woods stained with dark walnut...
  3. Barn door

    Sliding barn door for client
  4. Live Edge Walnut Bar Top

    I recently installed a live edge bar top that was made from two slabs of black walnut (8/4" x 18" x 12'). The slabs were broken down into smaller pieces to form the U-shape of the bar. The slabs are joined by loose tenons to maintain a flush top and mechanical fasteners to draw the joints...
  5. Finishing
    I bought this live edge sequoia table from some Etsy wood workers. We wanted the table top to look as natural as possible, so we asked for a matte/satin finish. We love how it looks, but it is very susceptible to scratches. They told me they used a lacquer sealer and then a lacquer based satin...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey guys, I'm new to Lumberjocks. I'm trying to get some dust collection setup in my shop and I'm wondering if anybody has experience with a product called the Dust Chuter. It is a dust collection attachment for miter saws (the worst dust-sprayer in my shop!). I'd like an inexpensive, small...
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