Something I had not fully considered was that by extending the curvy jig in the way I had, I created some rather large void spaces which no longer exerted any pressure on the clamped veneer boards. The result being Continue reading Curved front jig – take 3
Using the CNC machine, one of the other students had created a fairly hefty curved front jig which I repurposed to created my curved fronts. The issue being Continue reading Curved front jig
Putting the Leigh Jig to work, the pine mock-ups seem to fit with no troubles.
An issue with high speed routing is Continue reading Practise drawer dovetails
I’ve cut and laid out the pieces for the second cabinet which will form the other support for the desk. This will give me an idea Continue reading Blackwood cabinet
Well I don’t know where that time went, but I now have an urgency to turn my pile of blackwood sticks into something. Continue reading Blackwood cabinet
Serendipity reigns! The woodwork teacher from the local high school happened to be chatting to me having seen the SWTAFE ad/article of me & my Tardis in the Warrnambool Standard. We got chatting about timber & he recommended I try the good people at Australian Furniture Timbers in Port Melbourne. Fab!