Indianapolis area maker always making something. I specialize in hardwoods, occasionally mixing in other materials. Making things up as I go along...
Thanks a lot Sean! I really like searching out character when I'm digging around the lumber yard. I think I'm getting a cabinet making bug, little cabinets and cubbies are fun to make.
That's a beautiful cabinet! I love the design and the lumber you chose. Thanks for sharing
Thanks a lot Sean, I'm itching to make another one lol
That's a beautiful box. I love the oak, with its rustic appearance. And the walnut interior matches so well! Thank you for sharing.
Man, I really love it. I've got 2 pretty good size hunks cut from the same burl, its the burl that keeps on giving.
Holy crap, that's some amazing maple! The box looks fantastic, thanks for sharing!
Heeyyyyy! I know that chair! I see you gave it a name, looking good Warren
Brilliant work Timmy, its perfect!
Beautiful work, I love your grain match across your drawer fronts.
Thank you Timmy. I had actually used the blue tape method for the first corner. It got more in the way, and caused me to cut a bit too shallow, and ended up spending a lot of time re-marking and clearing out a hairline of waste after that I was over the blue tape on this one lol. I will be trying it on the end grain, seems like it may be more useful than getting the right cutting depth. This is my first DT build, I'm getting the hang of it slowly.
What a beauty. I love the subtle contrast with the Maple and Cherry, and the curly door panel is terrific.Blue tape is also very helpful when marking out your pins, put tape on the end grain and then use your knife to mark the pins. When you peel the tape off of the waste sections the lines will be much easier to see than just knife marks.
What a beauty. I love the subtle contrast with the Maple and Cherry, and the curly door panel is terrific.
Blue tape is also very helpful when marking out your pins, put tape on the end grain and then use your knife to mark the pins. When you peel the tape off of the waste sections the lines will be much easier to see than just knife marks.
Thank you, the handle was an after thought.
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.
Thanks Sean, this is my first cabinet. Only been on youtube a few months, Figured if I were documenting my builds with photos I might as well hit the record button. Its really surprising how tough it is to edit down build footage into a watchable video... I feel like I get way too much footage of my planer
Beautiful cabinet! I didn't know you had a YouTube channel, can't wait to watch the video later. Thanks for sharing here on SimpleCove!