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  1. Magazine Table

    This is a hallway magazine table that I made from slab Claro. I wanted to go through the whole process of milling the lumber from a slab (a first for me!). It was a great learning experience, but I'll probably stick to S2S in the future! Traditional M&T joinery, and some Craftsman/Mission...
  2. Traditional Joinery Shoe Bench

    This bench uses traditional joinery wherever possible to lock the individual wood pieces together. The top and shelf slats are Ambrosia Maple, while the base is Cherry. The surfaces are left rough sawn to create an aged, rustic appearance, and lightly hand scraped to create a smoother texture...
  3. Blogs
    Liu Shifu Forgive me, I don't hang out here all that often. I finally had the opportunity to visit a master woodworker who still uses traditional methods and tools. So I thought I share a few snapshots with y'all. In fact traditional Chinese woodworking has been quite illusive. A few times a...
  4. Blogs
    The coffee table Traditional joinery inspired by the work of Roy Underhill and Paul Sellers. My first "real" project. Hand cut mortise and tenon. Narex motise chisels and Veritas carcass saws used.
  5. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Hi everyone - I'm looking for an educated response on the hazards (or lack thereof) of surface mount electrical boxes around sawdust. I have several outlets in my show (coughgaragecough) that are regularly exposed to sawdust. They have armoured cable running into them, and there are some holes...
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