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http://imgur.com/a/zuFkn#0

http://imgur.com/a/zuFkn#0

Lots of pics.

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This morning, a moth destroyed a perfect coat of varnish.

This morning, a moth destroyed a perfect coat of varnish.

I coated it last night… I am not handling this very well.

What’s up at Harbourside.

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this is my chalkboard, I write down upcoming jobs and its a big to do list that keeps my mind flowing so work moves forward.

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This is my desk, it has all the info, numbers and tools I need for my work.

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Doug fir. For FIAMO 12 Percent moisture content. No 1 edge grain clear coastal Doug FIR. my hearts content.

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The Roubo. Solid Beech from the saanich peninsula. all hand cut mortise and tenon with housings.

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double through mortised and dovetailed. to 1/32 tolerances.

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I am leaving the bolts exposed so I can easily tighten the through bolts if the material feels shifty.

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So nice.

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the view from my couch.

 

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Soon to be chopsaw station and wood storage hallway.

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The end table in the coating room. All hand applied finishes in here. not even gonna bother setting up a spray booth.

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The Boice Crane. 1937. First tilting arbor table saw for the home builder. Absolutely crystal cabinet cuts, dial in fence, three horse high efficiency motor, and a router table to boot.

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My machine room. A tablesaw, a router table and a planer jointer. That is a makita 2030 from I believe 1978. All cast iron and boy does she scream. We can’t be bothered with all this helical head nonsense, if something is dull you sharpen it like grandpa did.

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my side bench, this is where I keep materials as I am building things, this is usually more chaotic than this.

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IMG_0631live edge Yew, Doug Fir, and a smattering of yellow cedar. 15 hours build time. $500.00 I hope people like these.

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face grain Yew panels.

 

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This is a massive 100 year old window we restored.

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through mortised table sides.

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roughing out table materials.