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  1. One good yard sale this morning...dodging rain squalls all day long... 12" level... small marking gauge for a dollar.....then went to a friend of mines, for a stash of Ash, again 20 pieces...and a 7/4 x 6 x 3' slab for a new saw handle....$20... Will try to get the Single Brain Cell Sketch Up back on-line...and see about a new desk to set this computer on... Average length on these boards...6'.....some longer, some shorter....4/4 x 6 with one at 8-10" wide... Stay tuned...
  2. My son asked me to build him a computer desk. He gave me latitude for the design except for the length, depth, and height. I know that he would be adding a computer monitor bar and he wanted power and USB grommets installed in the top. Material: Top: 13/16 hard maple. Base: 1 x 2 cherry. Drawer: 5/8 hard maple Base construction: Front legs are cherry bent lamination with 14 degree cant. Drawer has box joint construction. Finish: Base has one coat BLO, one coat 1 ½ # shellac, one coat gel stain, and another coat 1 ½# shellac. Overall, everything has two coats pre-cat lacquer. I wanted the desk to be and to appear to be light weight. I know there will be a structural issue if someone sits on the desk top. I want the desk top to have a floating surface appearance, the base to have curves & angles; and the drawer to have a clean look. The inner form radius for the bent lamination was 7 7/8. The base joinery is M&T. Each joint was doweled with two ¼ dowels. Thanks for looking. Danl
  3. Road trip to buy a stash of Ash, today....five 1 x 6 x 6', and a 2 x 4 x 8'.....$17. Was looking around for something to build out of it.... The Woodwright's Shop....Peter Follansee building a Carved Oak Desk Box.... Hmmmm... Except..my last name isn't Follansee Except ...I do not carve... Except...I have a stash of Ash...instead of the Oak.... And...I don't have a measured drawing of the dang thing..... Not that ever stopped me before... Will let the Infamous Single Brain Cell Sketch Up work out the details.... Stay tuned
  4. steven newman

    view of the top

    From the album: Grandaughter's Drawing Desk

    Took a while, to get this out of the shop. Place a "book" to be read, seemed to fit with this desk
  5. steven newman

    Pencil/Pen trays

    From the album: Grandaughter's Drawing Desk

    with a couple new pencils. Details of the drawers. Flat area is a piece of 1/4" Luann Plywood. Silver spot was there to separate the lid while the varnish dried
  6. steven newman

    end view

    From the album: Grandaughter's Drawing Desk

    showing the meeting angle, a few dovetails, and some interesting grain. All four aprons have this cut-away detail
  7. steven newman

    Desk opened up

    From the album: Grandaughter's Drawing Desk

    Had to prop the lid open, to view the insides
  8. steven newman

    front view

    From the album: Grandaughter's Drawing Desk

    before it goes up the stairs
  9. The story behind this little "What is it", is that I had this 1/2 log piece that came with the lumber stash,pic1. I didn't know what kind of wood it was so I cut a about 6" off the end to clean up and see what I had. It turned out to be Maple. I didn't want to just throw away the piece so thought I would make a band saw box out of it. So I cut the bottom off, cut out the center, glued up the sides and reattached the bottom. The cut on the bottom looked ugly so I made a molding and then made some feet for it and called it a desktop pencil holder. The finish is 2 coats of spray shellac, and 6 coats of water based poly thinned 50/50 with water. I did stained the base/feet ,because it looked better next to the bark. Herb
  10. shawnbrad

    eucalyptus desk

    From the album: my furniture

    Eucalyptus desk
  11. mostly done, still needs drawer fronts, laminate on the top, and some lattice on the back side to contain large sheets of poster board (side with one set of drawers). middle cabinet is shallow, allowing foot and knee room so she can sit on the stool and do crafty stuff. all on large, heavy duty casters, front 2 are locking so it stays put. next up is a sewing center of a similar design.
  12. View File Workbench Magazine July-August 1966 Desk on a Stand This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Submitter John Morris Submitted 10/14/2017 Category Furnishings  
  13. Version 1.0.0

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    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use.
  14. Project post was getting a bit long-winded...so 1st coat of varnish was applied today.. Was about the only spot in the house I had enough (barely) room and light.. Mainly out of Curly Maple, there is a bit of Cherry between the desk and the stand... Yes, I even varnished under the lid...need a better spot for the final pictures Not the best spot for a photo shoot? Been rubbing the coat out, getting ready for #2 coat tomorrow...we'll see how this turns out...
  15. A couple of years ago I made a desk clock. I used different woods, layered and cut. Then glued the different pieces together. It is about 6 inches wide and I chose not to put numbers on to give it a clean look. It still sets on my son-in-laws desk, still running good
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