Very nice. I am curious how you milled the scallops in the side panels. Did you run each piece diagonally through the table saw raising the blade a little each time?
Love it! Would be great made into like a high school football trophy. When are you making the baseball? Soccer?
OMG! Now that is a LOT of work. Looks awesome good job!
I love the inlay and inlay banding. I've been meaning to try making my own. Also curious about the lockset I am always looking for better locksets. Can you share details on that lock?
Would you mind post pics of or explaining the carcass construction? I am starting a dresser build and was looking at various methods, specifically sliding dovetails, for carcass construction primarily due to the inherent strength of that method and no need for clamps.
I thought they might be push to open. Also hide glue has almost no working time at all you must be thinking of something else. Titebond 3 has a longer working time than 2.
Very nice! How do the drawers open?
Wow it looks amazing!
Interesting piece! Did you also weld up the frame? It looks powder coated.
Looks great! One thing I would suggest to really make it "pop" is some inlay banding around the top maybe 1/2" from the edge. I wouldn't have suggested it but you obviously know your way around a router. Check out my jewelry box tops.
Beautiful! Now to make the other matching nightstand, dresser, chest, bed and makeup table......
Wow fantastic work it came out great! Walnut is one of my favorites too and the only wood I will spend the extra time to do a gloss finish. Making those large panels straight I know is a feat good job!
Beautiful! Is that through tenon the only thing that connects the legs together? My concern would be moving the table and the legs separating too much and cracking at the connection point.
Beautiful piece! Does the mirror tilt in the frame? That must have cost a fortune to ship. Could you design it so the legs are 2 pieces each and removable from the box for easier shipping?
Wow what a great idea for making the handles! I wish I had your faith in the bandsaw seems like it is the new table saw.
Beautiful! Have you considered cedar lining the chest? I have an issue with closet moths and have lost a lot of nice wool suits so I am particularly fond of the cedar. Also do those supports have "soft shut"?
Wow absolutely fantastic great job! And best of all, you can still fit at least 1 car in there! The only thing I would have changed is each of those outlets would be on a dedicated circuit.
Wow I love it! Gotta make it hollow and put a feather in it.
Beautiful! Why did you leave the stringer off the front? Was it originally going to be a desk?