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this is milled from cherry i found in my wood, its 1" thick and used a postcard to do the shapes, then cut out with a jigsaw, then used some thin see threw plastic and some cardboard for the backing

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A Yew log i did a few years ago now, i'll have to get the mill out again !!

 

thats really cool,:thumbup: how'd ya make that? i saw one once in a shop in Romsey

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Solid sweet chestnut bench - there was shake through this so no good for planking. A lot of sanding involved but was sold for £650-00. Made using the mini mill. Only 4 cuts used to make the whole thing....

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thats really cool,:thumbup: how'd ya make that? i saw one once in a shop in Romsey

 

 

 

I saw them at the APF a few years back and took this photo, looking back the Yew was way too good for it.

I made the letterbox too big, but just cut some wedges and put them on the underside.

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Solid sweet chestnut bench - there was shake through this so no good for planking. A lot of sanding involved but was sold for £650-00. Made using the mini mill. Only 4 cuts used to make the whole thing....

 

oi rob thats not fair, if this was a comp youd win hands down:lol:

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