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Chair_back_support_joinery_sm.jpgView of mortises for seat back support22 viewsjerkinsj
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Virginia_corner_cabinet1.jpgEastern shore of Virginia corner cabinet167 viewsI began this two years ago in a class with Lonnie Bird at the Lonnie Bird School of Fine Woodworking, and just got back to finishing it up. While most Eastern shore of Virginia corner cabinets were painted pine, a few were made in walnut. These were typically build by finish carpenters rather than joiners. These carpenters used elements they were familiar with in building homes in the Eastern shore. Glazed doors, arched top doors, raised panel doors, strong bases, fluted pilasters, set-back capitals, etSgt42RHR
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IMG-20150513-00320.jpgcarved after assembly again20 viewsyou can see where the two layers of wood shifted.
were the joiner and carver two different jobs?
two different people perhaps?
dlarue
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IMG_0368.JPGcloseup14 viewspeering closely with a flashlight to see the joinery details.
what a weirdo, eh?
dlarue
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IMG_2672_gic.jpgGclaus 2012 - detail31 viewsFrom Marty Reser, big wooden joiner, drawknife, folding yardstick, two triangle files, one chainsaw filedhahn
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IMG_2674_gic.jpggclaus 2012 from Marty Reser31 viewsBig ass wooden joiner, folding yardstick, drawknife, 3 files, 4 booksdhahn
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Linen_lining_installed_and_trimmed-ready_for_the_leather.JPGExterior lining trimmed and ready for leather201 viewsNext step is to adhere the 2-3 ounce black leather to the trunk body--thereby hiding the really nice joinery that went into making this trunk!Sgt42RHR
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18th_Century_Packing_Crate_finished.JPG18th Century Packing Crate207 viewsBased on a 19th century example found in the reprinted book The Joiner and Cabinet Maker, Earle and I made these crates to use in our camp impressions.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_2973.JPGSide rails to end hoop, joinery detail48 viewsCharlie Driggs
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IMG_0206.JPGJoinery - Legs144 viewsGlued and wedged with the same Goncalo Alves as the head (same wedge material on my workbench and sawbench too).TRexF16
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IMG_0208.JPGJoinery - Treadle147 viewsSlightly non-standard tusk-tennon since the main mortise and tennon cheeks are at an 80 degree angle to the arm, so the tusk has to have its bearing face cut at that angle too.TRexF16
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IMG_0202.JPGJoinery - Head 174 viewsThe plan called for knock-down tusk tennons top and bottom on the arm, which was to allow the horse to be disassembled to move it, but I figured only one end needed that to achieve that effect, so I decided to just drawbore and double-wedge the head to the arm, and only tusk the treadle for knock-down purposes. This joint matches the ones on my sawbench and workbench, which I like, so I kept 'em going.TRexF16
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