Woodworking Gallery

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This is the workbench I built for my shop.  The top slabs are laminated from yellow birch, the aprons and supporting trestle are soft maple, and the cabinet face frame, doors and drawer fronts are white ash.

The workbench top and front apron has 3/4" holes bored to allow use of the Veritas Round Bench Dogs in conjunction with the vises.

I have the Veritas Twin-Screw Vise mounted on the right hand end of the bench.  It spans the full width of the bench and has dog holes in the top of the jaw.

This is a folding Adirondack chair built using plans I purchased at Lee Valley Tools

The second chair is made slightly smaller for my wife.

This is a picture of the two chairs set up on the front porch of our home.  The cedar shavings produced when planing the lumber for the chairs was used as mulch in the planters.

The basic idea for this table design came from an article in Woodworker's Journal Magazine.

The design has evolved considerably from the original.  This has a solid top and is much lower than the magazine's plan.

This table is made from white ash stained with Minwax Special Walnut wood finish, a combination I use often.

This is a bed I made for my son for his first apartment.  It is made from white ash.  The bookcase style headboard is wired with two duplex outlets and individually switched lights.

The light fixtures are individually switched from the sides of the headboard.

The partitions that form the centre compartment are hollow to provide a wiring race.