coffee[dot]bench oil primed black locust 145 41 38 (57.16.15”)
third rail coffee NYC
Planing one of the cocobolo back legs to shape. I always think this is kind of awesome- the whitish-purple section on the right side of the leg was planed two minutes ago, with the darker orange band on the left being “older” and therefore having had more time to oxidize. Eventually, this whole piece will go the same color as the spokeshave handle on the right, which is made from the same kind of wood as the leg. #woodismagic
Peter Galbert is one of the best speakers that I have ever seen on any woodworking topic, and I am really happy to have seen him at Woodworking in America. Here’s a video of a presentation that he gave to the Sterling Historical Society.
(Thanks to Bill Schenher for the link.)
Ok, so we guessed wrong. The Emergency Kit we etched didn’t end up holding caffeine pills, Nerf darts, Legos or sketch pencils. Thanks for the photo, Paul!
R.I.P. to Kumar Pallana, sometimes known onscreen as Mr. Littlejeans, a genuine candidate for the most interesting man in the world.
My take on a Tage Frid Stool, with my wall mount writing desk/bar depending on its mounted height
R4511, custom leafs, DeWalt 618 router attached, 5’8” X 27” table. A little TLC goes a long way.
nordin seruyan photographs a snail in central borneo asking a frog if he wants a ride
Toshio Odate, and his more conventional toolbox design.
made one of these for the kids tools. works great. Somehow I’m always the one packing all tools back in the box