[IMG_8886.jpeg] Ok, time to decide on how you plan to attach the assembly to something to give it a life. I use a vacuum bag for veneering. That ...
[IMG_8875.jpeg] For this project, I chose some walnut and Burmese teak. The teak has some great chatoyance, a big color shift as you view it from ...
[IMG_8902.jpeg] I did this pattern before as one of my first stabs at cutting veneer with my laser. This time I was going to better document the p...
This is my baby, most used tool in the shop behind the table saw. [IMG_8839.jpeg] When I first started using it, I was undewhelmed with what it c...
Almost done, I swear! With only legs, the box looks bottom heavy. A few passes on the router table will make some trim to fix this. [IMG_0033.jp...
[IMG_8742.jpeg] With the box glue-up dry, time to create the lid by sawing open the box. I installed a thin kerf rip blade and set the cut depth ...
[IMG_8736.jpeg] Had a section of rough 4/4 cherry that had been kicking around for a while so I could see the color it would take on once the woo...
[IMG_0041.jpeg] WIth a laser in my tool box, I've begun experimenting with cutting veneers for assembling decorative panels. The project post for ...
Well, yes! You can use the Ti02 on tile and transfer a photograph over. I personally haven't seriously tried to do this but I have seen pictures o...
I made some trivets with simple images on the cheap home center plain white tiles in another project. [IMG_8376.jpeg] Simply put, this black on th...
Well, I'm bored already and decided it is time to end this! Again, apologies for the fubar'd format, never could get the blog posting format to wo...
Sorry, I have totally biffed the format for making this a blog with all the links, etc. (I'm so ashamed) Cat-Bits Build #1: Make some panels Cat-B...