Woodworker: Nick Bogen
Bogen has been turning wood for five years, and has never purchased a turning tool. Instead, he forges his own steel using a triple tempering method developed for knives by Ed...
Woodworker: Kenneth Zack
Chris Becksvoort's article on Shaker Wall Clocks (FWW #157) inspired Kenneth Zack to build not one but four clocks, for himself and each of his three children. Zack enlarged...
This modern roll-top desk is made of cherry and white birch. The tambour and writing surface are linked; pull out the writing surface and the tambour retracts. The desk is finished with Watco oil mixed with urethane.
Gesler’s Shaker-inspired table features a unique pivoting drawer and a curved front apron. The table is constructed from cherry and pine with an ebonized cherry drawer pull. It is finished with linseed oil, satin urethane and turpentine mix, and wax.
Reiche crafted these ornate toolboxes from curly and bird’s-eye maple, mahogany and cherry. Each is a different size and features string, band, and figure inlay. They are finished with a satin-urethane finish.