working hard

I been steady at it, i really wanted to get these cases in the DVD, one is a “hunt board”, and the other is a clothes press, lots of raised panels in it, both have unique means of construction, I have lots of pieces and parts but nothing standing at the moment, this filming thing really slows the pace down, but it will be worthwhile…hopefully tomorrow we will get some photos up, Got a log set in from good hope hard wood, its  a flitch matched log of tiger maple, absolutely the cleanest whitest log i have ever seen, nice figure as well., will try to get some photos of it as well, other wise its just been making parts….lots of parts….pieces…sortin thru wood to get the right piece…but its all hold tight

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3 Responses to working hard

  1. Thomas J. Tieffenbacher says:

    What are you calling a flitch? I have two definitions and read some discussion. When refering to veners. Or edge to edge slabs of lumber? Thanks

  2. Denis Rezendes says:

    hey thomas, mr Neil hasnt gotten to the question yet so ill answer it. A flitch is a matched set of boards all from the same log. pretty much the whole log usually youve probably seen them like in the video where they visited the mill its all the boards from the log in a matched and numbered set

  3. Thomas J. Tieffenbacher says:


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