Lots of slab stacking
Info on the Atlanta event: http://www.videowoodworkers.com
Woodworking In America: http://www.woodworkinginamerica.com
One Car Workshop: https://www.youtube.com/user/johnnyatropos
Chainsaw Lumbermaking: http://amzn.to/1Urw4uP
Jeep Grill Coffee Table by Peter
A few months back this really nice lady asked me to design and build a coffee table using a glass table top she had which would serve as a cover to a Jeep grill made of wood. The table was to be a Christmas gift for her sweetie. Both are off-road Jeepers that do all that rock climbing and go slow stuff.
She gave me a free hand as to what species of wood, what color, and what leg style. Cool!
Full build process: http://www.westphaliawoodworks.com/2015/11/26/tj-jeep-grill-coffee-table-commision-piece/
Timeline Table by Andrew
Link to the Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpVLs_cc22M
Conoid Table by Dustin
I thought I’d share some photos of my first legit wood working project. It is a replica of a George Nakashima’s Conoid desk which I found searching online. I basically had to just use images online to find the scale and joinery methods. Maybe I’ll one in person and see how close I got. First time with dovetails, see if you can find the Full Blind dovetails. White Oak slab top from Farmington sawmill and air dried Black Walnut from one tree from a local White Bear lake wood worker. All panels are book matched.
Crib by Mark
I wanted to update you and thank you again for your help while I was making my baby’s crib. It is now officially done and I am very pleased with how it turned out. After weighing my time constraints and ease of manufacturing, I decided to take the easiest way and pin through the front and back just as you did and I am extremely happy with the result. I attached some pictures of it in the room with the tree my wife painted as well.
Slabbing the Red Oak Log:
Picking Up and Slabbing a Walnut Tree:
Good luck with your speaking appointment. I’ve followed you on your update videos and I can tell you that you speak very well. You have a good way of talking about things and have a very good vocal delivery. So don’t worry – you’ll be OK.
Thank you John!
Matt, I too have a fear of public speaking and strangely enough I am called upon frequently to lead a discussion or speak at a large gathering. Recently I was asked to officiate at my Aunt’s memorial. While researching this I came across a little joke that may help put you at ease. ” A large group of people were surveyed, they were asked, What is your greatest fear? The number one greatest fear was Public Speaking. Number 2 was death. So, if you are call upon to officiate at a funeral you are better off in the casket (or Urn) then then giving the eulogy!” I think this is from George Carlin but I can’t remember where it came from. I will likely be at WIA, so good luck with your presentation. Feel free to use the joke to break the ice???? Be sure and give Carlin credit.