My friend Brandon brought me a couple of silver maple logs that have some spalting starting to form. Those will get milled up sometime during the frigid winter. In the shop, I got the goosenecks attached to the case and have moved on to the side returns.
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My name is Hampus, a 14 year old woodworker from Sweden and during the summer holidays i made a workbench that is 70 cm wide and 200 cm long. it has oak legs and oak long rails and birch
for the short rails and has a birch plywood top and bottom for the table tob and has 9 4.5x95mm furr planks glued together and larch sides to cover the furr in the middle. it is still missing a leg vise. To go with the bench i made a jack plane,spoke shave,bench hook,awl, a knife from old makita planer blade, smoothing plane and 2 bench dogs and all of this was made in the summer.
My name is Moritz, I’m from Germany and I am 18 years old. I am starting to study as a wood engineer next year and I have to do some apprentice work prior to the start of the study.
This chair is part of this work and it’s the first time for me working on a upholstery project. I’ve done some wood projects before but this was completely new to me and I think it turned out okay.
I decided to challenge myself and make an attempt to build a machinist tool chest. 2 ½ years and about 800 hours of labor, this is what I designed with my own plans and built. It’s 13” deep, 19” tall, and 23” wide, with a large open compartment on top and 10 drawers. Made of red oak, Minwax Early American stain and 2 coats of polyurethane.