Back again with lamp 2.0. This time we worked on making a glass lamp which was where the shape came from for the plywood lamp. We already had the glass bottle on hand, it had a rope handle which I really liked but not for a lamp, so first we removed the handle.
This was our first time building a wooden lamp base and it turned out better than we imagined. If you would like to make your own follow along and see how easy it is to build.
A customer send a picture of a twin size bed he made for his son from the got from us back in November and December of 2016. Continue reading
I completed this race car bed today. All total, this project took about 15 hrs to make. A lot more than I expected, or budgeted for. But that’s how we learn. Would I build another one? Maybe. The MDF material is really not something I care to work with again.
Since the bearing on the flush trim router bit failed I did not have a replacement bearing so I had to purchase another router bit. Now its time to get dusty in the workshop. MDF, its not my material of choice but I’m deep into it now. Time to get busy working on this race car bed.
In this video I show how to rough cut the car panels and once cut, then a short discussion on what will be done with them and what is coming up next.
Today we take on a Race Car Bed plan. I have been asked by a local customer to build this for their son. In this short video I talk about making templates from plywood to make the task of cutting some of the parts a little bit easier.
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We created this woodworking plan over the last couple of weeks. Its now available to purchase in our online store. Hope you like it!