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This Office Desk is made from American White Oak finishing at 100mm thick. It incorporates a torsion box style design which allows the table to not only stay flat and remain light weight, but also allows for an internal push catch drawer box. The drawer itself is made from Quilted Maple and is stained black. …

DIY The most common wood joints in Japanese architecture – How to ? The most common wood joints in Japanese architecture-Column splices (hashira tsugi): (1) Four faces gooseneck splice (Shihou-kama-tsugi) (2) Clam-shaped splice (Kai-no-kuchi-tsugi) (3) Blind splice (Hako-tsugi) (4) Osaka Castle-Otemon Gate’s pillar splice (Osaka-jo-otemon-hikae-bashira-tsugite). – The Otemon gate is located at the front entrance …

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Updated shop tour for the FixThisBuildThat workshop (a.k.a. my home garage). I’m walking through the changes since the last woodshop tour. If you haven’t seen that one you can check it out below. Links below to all the build plans, videos and blog articles for relevant projects. BLOG: fixthisbuildthat.com/home-woodworking-workshop-tour-2018 December 2016 Shop Tour – Shop …

See John Lore describe the West Coast design aesthetic of Live Edge Design with interior Designer, Amy McGeachey for Chek TV.

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In the last 6 or 7 years or so I must have made well over 200 of these bans reindeer, they take only a few minutes to make. Mostly I use large lumps of old brand, or chunky timber, but it’s easy to laminate timbers up to make the larger blanks. These sell really well …

Structural pine bench seat made from pine and scrap merbau deck wood. Made with hand tools! Tools used: – Pax tenon saw – Vertias dovetail saw – Number 4 bench plane – Number 5 jack plane – 1/4″, 1/2″ and 1″ bench chisel – Combination square – Mortise marking gauge – Knife – Hand router. …

FLW had some incredible ideas during the “modern” era that appear to be applicable to the urban woodworker. Form is often as important as function in a low cost environment of square boxes. Beauty enhances lifestyle more than plain functionality.

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When furniture designer Jared Rusten eyes a batch of walnut, maple, or cherry wood, he sees an opportunity to transform it into a beautiful, lasting piece that becomes a part of his clients’ lives. SUBSCRIBE: for more videos like this and leave a comment below. In our first episode of My Design Life, we visited …

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Every year 12 students enrol on a one year course to change their lives. At the David Savage Atelier not everyone succeeds. “It takes hard work, perspiration, deep practice and inspiration.” Artisan Media visited David at his International Woodworking School in Devon, England, to find out more. This short film reveals some of the school’s …

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