California born and raised. I’ve been blessed to be able to call some of the greatest parts of this state my home; Santa Cruz, Lake Tahoe, and of course Sonoma County. This piece is headed for On Tahoe Time in South Lake Tahoe. It’s a small art and sign store located right next to the gondola that takes you to the top of Heavenly Ski Resort. The owner, Jana, and her staff have been very nice to display my work since they first opened shop 3 years ago (thanks for introducing us, @rdoubledub24 👊🏻) I’m excited to make the drive up tomorrow. Hopefully the roads stay dry (and hopefully they get covered with snow 😜) This is 22x33” and made from reclaimed redwood and cut out by yours truly with a jigsaw overhand, all thumbs, like an unapologetic caveman. #glueislife#clamps#reclaimedsonoma#reclaimedwoodart#redwood#tahoe#daow#laketahoe#tahoeart#handmade#california#goldenstate
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Clamps!!! No matter how many I have, it’s not enough.
I may not have a tiny book for you yet but in the process of cutting the covers for it my fellow workshop resident Military Metalwork lent me the teeniest of clamps. What beautiful tools.
Needed a night off from finishing the sliding door so I decided to tackle that chunk of #Cherry from my stories this past weekend. Though I almost destroyed my planer (😬) I guess it was worth it. Overall not as satisfying as I was hoping for though. #ChaseTheDragon
I had three IVs, this one in my neck, one in the bend of my arm and one by my wrist. All three were on the right side of my body. This one had three different green caps which are the end were they flush the tubes or put meds/liquids in. The thin blue things are clamps.
"A tunneled central line is a catheter (a thin tube) that is placed in a vein for long-term use. It is most commonly placed in the neck (internal jugular). It has a cuff attached to it that allows tissue and skin to grow around it, giving the line more stability. The doctor inserts the catheter into a vein, usually in the neck, and thread it into the large vein that carries blood into the heart." #tunneledcatheter#caps#clamps#sutures#stiches#iv#neck#hospital
Sound On* Some people have the dual pocket hole jig or the big ol foreman. I like to travel light and use the single hole. Yeah it takes longer, but I’m somewhat of a minimalist. And it’s still just as effective. @kregjig
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Glue up of the mitred box showing the DIY band clamp in action #glueup
Quick test fit before we glue up this coffee table! We use tape on the inside edge to make sanding easier after glue up. The tape takes care of any of the glue squeeze out.
Feel free to comment any glue tips you may have below for others to use!
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