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Heavy weight, 200 GSM, 20-singles
60% carded cotton 40% polyester
Neck ribbing, side seamed, shoulder to shoulder tape, double needle hems, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage.
High visibility safety garment - Class D + Hi-Vis certification AS/NZS 1906.4 Standard.
Been very silent for a long time. Traveled to The beautiful Laos. Started a new job and in general just been very busy. But happy to say I finally finished this beautiful table for my wonderful friends @ezzawinkle and @stevebaskers . Celebrating the awesome wedding. Even though it was 7 months late they’re very happy with it. Taking orders again now for new projects, so hit me up.
Cutting perfect mitre joints with a router table! The mitre joints for a box I’m making were cut with a chamfering bit in my router table. I secured a guide block to the top of the piece to be cut with double sided tape and used a sacrificial block to push the piece through to prevent tear out. Although a suitably adjusted table saw is the more common machine used, I can only use the tools I have available!
We broke the towel rod in our bathroom a few weeks ago, so today I made a new one. It needed to expand, and be square in cross-section, so I did some research and found this traditional joint, the 白人布次, or Hakujin-nuno-tsugi joint, which is designed for exactly this type of need. I used some nice red oak from my bookcase build, and milled both the dovetail-keyed wedges and bar parts using the band saw, router table and a sharp chisel. What a perfect Sunday project!