ronberneburg

Ron Berneburg, LaFayette, GA, US
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I have had M / S since 2001. Thats when I started wood working. I became disabled and figuered woodworking would keep mt eye and hand cordination in sync, and my brain functioning. It has done that and more. I now make stuff to supplement my income. As you can tell I am quite versital. I have more time to practice and perfect my skills than most, but find it peaceful,gratifying, and challengeing. I do enjoy it, and only wish I found the time before I became disabled. I work out of a shop 16 foot by 14 foot, with 4 x 4`s in the corners wrapped all around in plastic. I have to re wrap my shop after a severe storm, or in the summer about every two months the sun bakes that plastic. I finish all my projects in my living room- the shop is too dusty, and i would have to stop working if I did finish in the shop. If any of you wood workers would like to help me build a shop, I will take donations ?

Gender: Male

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20 X 40 With barn style doors

split barn doors

Craftsman style bed

I pulled this Oak from a barn that was built 85 years ago. I counted the growth rings and counted up to 115 year old Oak tree when cut down 85 years ago !!! All mortised and tennon joinery

Adirondack Chair

Just your basic adirondack chair

Furniture for Dolls

some doll benches in front row, and swings in the back row

Silverware Divider

This design came off the internet. Made from scrap Maple

Rustic Tresle Table

Made from Poplar with quarted legs from stumps with though tennons and wedged

Toy Airplane

My nephew is into airplanes, so what do you do ?? Made with scrap Walnut and poplar

Walnut Rocking Chair

Solid Walnut. I made the seat a littl extra wide and curved seat slats for comfort, top coat is clear brushing laquer 6 coats gave me the look I wanted

Maple Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table

As you can see in photo # 5 I have no dinning room per say. So we needed a slim table for the two of us. However when we have the kids or company the leafs swing up making a 6 foot long table. I...

ROCKING HORSES

These rocking horses are 36" tall and 46" long. I used a variety of wood combinations for the saddles, bridal mane, tail, and ears. These plans are not for the begginer, however I believe with just a...

Beer Bottle Adirondack Chair

These are quite a conversation piece. All my friends are wanting one

Solid Purple Heart Rocker

This Purple Heart rocking chair sits very low to the ground per clients request. I took an adirondack basic design and ran a dado down the length of the rockers and sat the main legs into the dados...

Cedar Adirondack Chairs

I purchashed these Fanback Adirondack Chair plans from WoodworkersWorkshop.com I did alter the seat angle to make it easier to get out of.



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Re: UPDATE: Using and Tuning Your Bandsaw by Hendrik Varju

I can get my bandsaw to cut straight, beyond that I am lost !! Would to learn more

Re: Caption Contest Winner!

A round hole ? Your kidding, right ?

Re: UPDDATE: Shop Improvements: Outstanding ideas from the world's finest woodworkers from Fine Woodworking magazine

I have been working in a 10 x 14 foot plastic enclosed shop for over a year. Well I just built a very nice 20 x 40 foot shop with the electrical outlets dedicated. This is perfect timming as now I must start on my benches , tables, cabinets , etc.... This book would be helpfull !!!!!

Re: BOOK GIVEAWAY: 500 Tables (Updated with winner)

500 hundred tables ! I am still on this one. How many years will it take ?

Re: BOOK GIVEAWAY: 500 Tables (Updated with winner)

I wish, I was as sharp as this router bit !

Re: BOOK GIVEAWAY: 500 Tables (Updated with winner)

It`s so easy with a good multi speed router



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