Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Very cool box being created here.

This is for someones special little one. it will be a combination large box with removable tray, tooth fairy box compartment, and overall cool place to keep some stuff. 

Starting off with a little black walnut. about 2 inches thick. 
decking the surface flat

Pocket one cutting

Pocket two cut

tooth fairy box pocket machined into base. It has its own home

Curly Hard Maple again about 2 inches thick

zoomed up image of tooth box pocket

Machined upper level of base

Very cool mineral streaking in the maple, It was placed here intentionally. You cant let that all go to dust

Outside shot of mineral streaking

aromatic cedar that will be used in this piece as removable tray, and an engraved lid feature. Should keep this baby smelling great for years. This box BTW is 12X8 inches by almost 6 inches tall when completed. 

Tray pocket cut. You are seeing this as it happens, This is in process now!

Another shot of the mineral streaks. 

keep tuned.

Let me make something for you too! -Bill

Another Frame.......

Gulp This time a really big one. 
Solid Cherry for Nieces Graduation

Roughy 54X36 inches, needed some cool jointing

Pretty standard corners

Swept up in a tornado, now upside down.

The magic in the back. Trying to take weight ot of this frame and keep the long edges from warping. 

Custom hold down pads, and pockets

Pretty neat piece, cant see the machining while its hanging, but I know its there. :)
Hanging hooks one 32 inch centers on either side.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

I'm Back!

Hello all. Sorry I have been very belated in my postings over the last 6 months. Reason being I have a new job and I was getting acclimated and focussing on it. 
I feel I have that pretty well handled and I will be back to normal posting here very soon. 

This was a project I worked on over the weekend. 
Wonderful selection of red oak

Nothing can ever be simple with me LOL 

Machined in pockets for locking pads

Brass hardware, back looks as good as the front

Completed stained with golden oak finished with Satin laquer

How do you machine and hold tiny parts you ask? Nest them and leave them nested and tabbed in main body and snap them out and sand them of. Cut off from Cedar project from a while ago. 

Fun little project to knock the dust off "literally"

For those of you that have recently contacted me on a few project, We will get them underway very soon. 

As always, please drop me a note if you think I could make something special for you too.

Thanks for looking. -Bill