Matt’s Weekly Shop Update – June 11, 2018

Pretty productive week. Finished up the outfeed table, tried resin stabilizing for the first time, and made a lot of progress on the sawmill plans.

Waterfall Tables Build:

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Etsy Shop:

Stabilizing Resin:

Viewer Projects

Workbench by Don

It’s made from beech with walnut accents and finished with Watco Teak oil.

Coffee Table by Mike

Here are some pictures of a table I made from a piece of spalted beech. I am a tree surgeon on the south coast of England. Your youtube channel has been a massive influence on how I go about dealing with the timber after a tree removal. I bought an Alaskan Mill for my Husqvarna 3120 and now slab as much wood as I can. The pictures are from the first table I made, trying techniques with a router sledge, hand plane and a card scraper (all first times for me). I kept it simple for my first attempt but now hope to get into more complicated joinery for following projects, although I’m some way off attempting a high boy.

Dining Table by Dusty

Attached are some pics of a dining table that I finished before Christmas.  The top is made out of a flitch of mesquite sawn here in Phoenix (not the worst town in the US, despite what Mark says),and the legs are another mesquite slab bought from the same sawyer.  The top is about 53″ square and was made to go in a cabin up near Flagstaff.

Guitar Stand by Jim

I just finished a bent lamination walnut and ash guitar stand.  My first try at a bent lamination.

Home Addition & Renovation

Everything is Predicated on this Door

Welcome back to our home renovation addition project. Today is the start of a very exciting thing: converting our wall of OSB to a wall

Home Addition & Renovation

Roof Deck Membrane Installation

Welcome back to our home renovation and remodel project.  Finally, the weather has turned to something tolerable! It’s starting to warm up, so we’re back

Home Addition & Renovation

Creating Roof Slopes with Tapered Insulation

Welcome back to our home renovation and remodel project.  Today is a pretty exciting day today because look what was delivered! We have our windows

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