tag: bent lamination
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This desk was partially inspired by the amazing plank of teak that went into making it. I wanted to showcase the amazingly straight and even grain. The drawer stack on the left has a bow to the front...
The design of these cabinets references the typical TG&V panels found in colonial houses in New Zealand and the colours of Maori waka and buildings. The cabinets have two surfaces for bedside lamp...
This is a project that started off as a small display case. (The person thought it would be about a 2'x1'x6"). As you could possibly tell my imagination went on overdrive.
This was milled from 2...
Moser "Eastward" style dining chairs.
Walnut & oak.
Through-wedged & blind mortises, steam-bent crest, laminated knee braces.
To bend the wood for the seat, I soaked 1/4" Oak strips....put them in a bending jig....clamped it. Glued the 5 layers separately into one unit. Grain filler and 4 coats of finish.
I bought a Fine Wood Working Windsor rocking Chair Plan a few months ago online. I altered the plan to make it recognozeable but non functional for fun. It is made from White Oak, Walnut...
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...
This stand uses quartersawn white oak for the base and lacewood for the top, with holly inlay. The base is a bent laminate using spiral stair techniques and was done as part of a course at the Center...
I love to add marquetry to my work and decided to up the challenge by designing an outdoor project that incorporated marquetry. The chair is made from white oak and finished with seven coats of...
Windsor chair that I just finished using 3 colors of milk paint. Built the chair in a 5 day chair class w/instructor Jock Jones.
a nice pintail style longboard I designed just intime for summer, also a huge seller to all the local teens.
baltic birch core, white oak stringer on top, and book matched white oak on the bottom...
Everything made is of Shaker inspired design. I have made many Shaker pieces over
the years. Oval boxes are made of various domestic and exotic woods.
Ebonized white oak legs, bent laminated holly sides, walnut top and bottom (sapwood retained), maple back and carved poplar doors.
Bent lamination of Bubinga & White Oak, supporting 3 small bud vases/candle holders.
These chairs are reproductions of ones originally built by Swedish furnituremaker Vidar Malmsten (and son of legendary designer Carl Malmsten). I built them as an exercise in chairmaking...
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