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  1. Gooch

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    I made this wall thing, let me show you it
    Bunch of scape pieces of walnut and maple. throw it on some old pallets and bam

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    Really neat! Nice work
     
  3. Gooch

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    I also made this coffee table from fallen elm.
    The bow tie's /birds to stop the split were done in walnut.

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    Awesome work man
     
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    I decided I am going to try to make as much shit for the cabin myself.
    Kids beds are next. going to make them out of pallets haha
     
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    Nice work!
     
  7. Boots

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    I've been messing around with my 3d printer making a little pen holder modeled after the wheels on my car :cool: Still just draft prints as I prototype it but you get the idea.

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  8. David Puddy

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    fantastic work. Wood working and carpentry i find are miles apart as i'm learning lately. That's a gorgeous shop as well. Can you explain how you cut out all the small pieces; mitre saw, band saw...?
     
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    Band saw
    I printed out the pic using rasterbator and taped each piece to the wood. Cut it out from there
     
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    Made a lamp thing for the cabin
    Birch log
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