Lots of pics.
I coated it last night… I am not handling this very well.
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.
This is my desk, it has all the info, numbers and tools I need for my work.
Doug fir. For FIAMO 12 Percent moisture content. No 1 edge grain clear coastal Doug FIR. my hearts content.
The Roubo. Solid Beech from the saanich peninsula. all hand cut mortise and tenon with housings.
double through mortised and dovetailed. to 1/32 tolerances.
I am leaving the bolts exposed so I can easily tighten the through bolts if the material feels shifty.
the view from my couch.
Soon to be chopsaw station and wood storage hallway.
The end table in the coating room. All hand applied finishes in here. not even gonna bother setting up a spray booth.
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.
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.
my side bench, this is where I keep materials as I am building things, this is usually more chaotic than this.
face grain Yew panels.
This is a massive 100 year old window we restored.
through mortised table sides.
roughing out table materials.