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My students works

My students works

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Hello everyone; I've been absent from these pages for a while as I've been shepherding my students here and I feel like a proud father. I'm showing off a selection of their work all designed and...

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gab furniture & woodworks shop

gab furniture & woodworks shop

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this is my dream shop it is 24'x45' it is a project of mine that hopefully will soon come true! i've placed the machinery in order that will work for me. i design and build to others specs, i also...

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Daves Workshop

Dave's Workshop

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After I retired I moved to Muskoka and built my 28 x 40 dream shop. It has hydronic radiant floor heating that keeps me warm in the winter and a 10 foot ceiling that allows for larger...

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TEMPLE dining table

"TEMPLE" dining table

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This was such a lovely piece of wood. Olive ash from a private school in Devon, England. The school was sold to a family who didn't want the tree and ordered its cutting I went there and bought the...

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Best pieces from the biggest woodworking club in America

Best pieces from the biggest woodworking club in America

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Each year the San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association holds its annual show at the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar, Calif., drawing as many as 400 pieces from all around the U.S. This year was another wonderful outpouring of woodworking passion and talent.

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phranc

phranc

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This was a competition project while I was in college.  It was a lot of headaches and late nights trying to get the hinges to wall work out.  THe body is all American walnut and head is...

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Comb back arm chair

Comb back arm chair

Similar in style to another chair I have on this site, in this example I modified the turnings and the rake and splay of the arms and legs and extended the length of the arms to account for the...

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Continuing on Ladder Back - The Centerline Framework

Continuing on Ladder Back - The Centerline Framework

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About two weeks ago, I showed the beginning steps involved in making the SketchUp model of a Ladder Back Chair - mainly the creation of the Back Posts. In this post, I will continue the modeling...

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Organizing, Bundling, and Printing Full-size Templates

Organizing, Bundling, and Printing Full-size Templates

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I've emphasized often, the benefits in the shop of having full-size templates as an output from the SketchUp model. Until now, I've created these templates one-by-one, printing as jpgs or pdfs on a...

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Shaker rocking chair

Shaker rocking chair

This chair was based on a FWW article by Ernie Conover. It was first attempt at making a chair, and the learning curve was incredibly steep. I opted for back splats rather than a taped back, and I...

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