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i figured out a really simple and clever way to make these components…just follow these steps, and you’ll get there too: 1. develop a strong fever for a euro style sliding table saw 2. acknowledge to yourself how much they cost and reach out to felder group to do a paid partnership in order to afford it 3. sign a promotional agreement with felder to get a $15k+ saw for $8k and make a $2k deposit in early march 4. scratch your head in disbelief 5. find out after all that the k500 saw won’t come until september and begrudgingly agree to stay the course 6. find out in may the saw won’t come until january 2022 at the earliest because of supply chain issues 7. clap back hard and say eff this, eff felder. i’m out…give me my money back. 8. roam the internet and discover there is a minimax saw in georgia that could ship right away. 9. consider that the scoring unit on the minimax is driven by the main motor, unlike the felder k500, which has a dedicated scoring motor, and buy it anyway. 10. use dado set to cut lap joints for the above components and snap the belt (barely 2 weeks old) on the minimax scoring blade 11. question if you made the right decision on the most important machine in the shop 12. avoid confronting the implications 13. stare at the tight joints and nice lines
my wife @lauren_kidwell3 designed and developed these fabrics…then decided to do the upholstery for this vaughan chair too. so pretty much 😍
6 durham chairs ready to break out
if i stare at the detail on this joint for long enough, i can reluctantly admit that, for the most part, no one really cares. but if that’s the case, then aren’t daily showers kind of excessive??
parts looking more and more like durham chairs
table chest thing
gonna handle my shit differently now #minimaxsc3c
fitting a set of custom brass handles made by @tunnelwerks. they will be glued permanently with chewing gum before everything gets a spray finish.
hand tool drip
when i think of july 4th, i think about juneteenth.
some of us have seen videos like this before, but what’s wrong with another 1” thick x 22” wide grain matched scoop of ice cream?