Matt’s Weekly Shop Update – March 27, 2018

Finished up the first waterfall table and got started on the other two by surfacing the slabs. One of the waterfall tables will get a resin river so I put together a small sample to see how everything will look before I move forward with the main pour.

Master of None: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwK5TelAoIGml3QNLBDh21w

LIVE EDGE WATERFALL TABLE PROJECT: https://thewoodwhispererguild.com/product/live-edge-waterfall-table/?affiliates=6

Ecopoxy Liquid Plastic: http://www.ecopoxy.com/liquid-plastic/ {available through dealers}
Dealer I went through: https://www.halfbakedart.com/product-page/ecopoxy-liquid-plastic-8-litre-kit
Pearl Ex True Blue: https://amzn.to/2G9fOyi
Sheathing Tape: https://amzn.to/2GbIsyL
West System Epoxy Resin (Gallon): http://amzn.to/25TYH7y
West System Epoxy Slow Hardener (Quart): http://amzn.to/25TYKAr
West System Metering Pumps: http://amzn.to/1qicuEr

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Warhammer by Scott

Sometimes you’ve got to build something ridiculous. Everything I’ve made has been for a specific purpose, and I figured it was time to build something simply because I thought it would be fun. Enter the Warhammer.

In all reality it’s more like a timberframing mallet, but it’s most likely never going to be used. It currently sits on my desk at work so I have a way to intimidate people to get their work done when they’re late.

Crib by Greg

My project is a crib I build for my son Ethan. It is built from hard maple and finished with waterlox. It contains 72 mortise and tenon joints; needless to say my next project will see me taking a break from those! It is able to be assembled/disassembled using dowels; the only hardware I used were a few metal L brackets to support the mattress frame.  I’ve only been serious about woodworking for about a year and I look forward to working more with hardwoods like this. It was definitely my most serious project to date and it is a joy to see my newborn son sleeping in it.

MCM Desk by Jim

Most of my stuff is Mid Century inspired but with a more handmade approach. The pics that I have attached is a desk I designed and built about a year ago. It is all solid walnut with maple drawer sides and zebra wood shop sawn veneer drawer fronts (which I’m sure you already knew that by the pics, lol). All the drawer and casework dovetails are cut by hand, as well as, the sculpted legs and handles.

https://www.instagram.com/reedhandcraftedfurniture/

Sawmill Build by Wayne

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To start things off, I’ll make the panel which will become the sides and top. While that’s sitting in the clamps, I’ll prep the material

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