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    Senior Member Bdub's Avatar
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    You sure have been busy making sparks..................nice job on the bed frame!
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    Very nice work!

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    Thanks for the comments everyone got some more to show you guys. My little side business is really exploding. So all the furniture I am doing is for a small woodworking shop in Damascus MD. They are one of the finalists for Martha Stewart's Made in America. I am also working on finishing up a few orders for a bespoke tailor in Brooklyn. Lena Dunham is producing an HBO documentary called "Three Suits" on them. Shooting begins in a few weeks. Unfortunately I've got some tight deadline coming up but here are a few pics. If you decide to watch the documentary you will see some of my metal work. I finally got some shots from the woodworkers of the final pieces. Enjoy.

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    Last edited by JustinWC; 10-13-2014 at 02:57 PM.
    Best regards,

    Justin

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    Great looking projects. Well done.
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    So this is a tiny little thing I whipped out in 2 evenings. Just some shelf brackets made out of 2" tube. Anyway the shelves are not what is so amazing. Look at that kitchen where they live now!!!!

    I almost cried...I want that kitchen.
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    Best regards,

    Justin

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    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
    29 Gal. air compressor with water trap and desiccant dryer

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    I love this stuff Justin! I'd love to try to duplicate some of what you've done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpEd View Post
    I love this stuff Justin! I'd love to try to duplicate some of what you've done.
    Go for it!. I post stuff up here, so you are free to copy it. It's not like I have any claim to any design anyway. The hardest thing about my work (furniture) is accurate, REPEATABLE, cuts. Can't have your table or chair all wobbly. And no, you can't do it with a chop saw, already tried, You just need a dry cut saw ($400), decent quality bandsaw ($800+), or a cold saw ($5,000). A dry cut saw (Like a Rage 3) and a miter saw stand with adjustable stop fence and you would be in business for cheap.
    Best regards,

    Justin

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    JET HVBS-710SG 7x10-1/2 inch Geared Head Mitering Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw
    Evolution Rage 3 Dry saw
    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
    29 Gal. air compressor with water trap and desiccant dryer

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    Can't afford those, but I've got a couple decent grinders I can use. LOL!

    Keep up the good work. I really enjoy our pics.
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    LONGEVITY ForceCut L40D Pilot Arc Plasma Cutter
    Milwaukee Circular Steel Saw
    Milwaukee Portaband with SWAG Offroad Table
    Couple 4 1/2" angle grinders
    Lots (I mean LOTS!) of old grinder wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinWC View Post
    The hardest thing about my work (furniture) is accurate, REPEATABLE, cuts. Can't have your table or chair all wobbly.
    I notice some of the surfaces on the reclaimed wood are a little uneven. Do those present a challenge for the woodworking guys? Just wondering if they have to go out of their way to ensure that a table surface is flat in all directions, for instance, and if they have to shim or "customize" each piece.
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