It's all together
Adding the end side tables
Sunday morning 7:30 am MSNBC "your business"is doing a story on us and it airs tomorrow... we are sure anyone with a dream big or small can relate!
...literally. We're making six round yellow pine tables for a restaurant in Long Island.
Here we are cutting out our perfect circle with the router - which broke after the fourth table. Good thing we kept the receipt!
The best part about circular tables? You can just roll them all the way to the customer!
...or to the yard to be sanded.
And stained a beautiful dark walnut brown:
We've been cooking up our own recipe for ebonizing wood...
Big Beech 4" thick
Opening the log up
They came so close
Curious little one
keeping things safe
a snake under the maple tree
Willow bench we made for a client who grew up with this tree, it was dying they wanted to save it.
Another five of the 20 tables we are doing for Button
Sugar maple bar
More onsite milling
cleaning a for the next cut of the 42" maple tree
the age and beauty of each board is amazing
after the first cut
Just finished delivering nine of these very sleek desks for a new setup in downtown Manhattan. We made these in record time and were able to install today so they're ready for the start of the work week.
Our woodworkers will tackle just about any job., even if not in their typical discipline. Here are some helping out in the metal shop. Diverse and multi-faceted is the name of the game today. Thanks to Blaise, Aaron, Nico and Keith!
Lots of fallen trees, we had the pleasure to go to Tarrytown to mill some fallen trees in a property.
very large sugar maple
On Buena Vista Avenue in Yonkers, NY.
Picked up this Whitney S-290 28" single surfacer from Mr. Emery n West Paris, Maine. He is the second owner and purchased the machine from the Penley Clothespin Corporation, which closed in 2003. Mr. Emery remembers coming across those Penley clothespins in Vietnam when he was in the service.
after the fire we were too busy to get the shop in order and things are just going crazy... we stop reset and organize.
we required the metal bandsaw, the hacksaw and the 4" shear.