Monday, May 18, 2015
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Rather than seeing beautiful old (60 to 100 years) Oaks, Elms, and European Ash trees chipped when they become deceased and dangerous, using a local tree surgeon and a Lucas Mill, set up at near the workshop in the paddock, wonderful results can ensue!
Oak ready to be Milled
Technical discussions on the best way to mill.
The Timber stack grows quickly
|Possible Table Legs|
Using the Chain Saw to cut Elm slabs
Elm 'Book Match'
|The last Log for the day as the sun sets|
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Sunday, October 17, 2010
|Detail of 'fixing' legs|
Details of legs & centre rail
Detail of Dovetail with Dowel
Finished Butler's Table (Tas. Myrtle)
Detail of 'Feathered' Miter Joint
David Haig (NZ) design Steam Bent Stool
Cabriole Leg Table
Detail of end joint on David Haig (NZ) design Steam Bent Stool