Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #16

    Re: My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

    i usually use double sided tape, but im using reclaimed cedar studs, the've got a few nail holes already!!
    my shop is a beaver lodge
    steve, sarnia, ont



    1940's Beaver Jointer

    Comment

    • Thread Continues Below...

    • #17

      Re: My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

      so here is the finished chair, one of four
      two of them have nicer quarter sawn arms, but other wise identical. these arms came from the arms on the retired adirondaks i built some years ago.
      the reclaimed cedar studs was great to work with, old drywall nails were easy to remove and once the wood gets wet outdoors, the holes almost disappear. framing nails at the ends of the studs and their holes were cut off
      during milling, i hit one nail with the jointer(small trim nail), it left a very small nick in the knives that i was able to fix by honing and moving one knife over slightly

      Click image for larger version

Name:	DSC00966.JPG
Views:	1
Size:	1.01 MB
ID:	1124761
      Last edited by stevem; 06-18-2017, 06:54 AM.
      my shop is a beaver lodge
      steve, sarnia, ont



      1940's Beaver Jointer

      Comment


      • #18

        Re: My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

        Nice work Steve. I like that a lot!

        Comment


        • #19

          Re: My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

          That is nice.
          Egon
          from
          The South Shore, Nova Scotia

          Comment


          • #20

            Re: My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

            I hit a nail on my finishing blade on the Chop saw last year... Chipped a tooth I thought I needed to get a new one. The place that I buy my saw blades from told me to bring it over and they could just put a new tooth on it. Ended up buying a new blade anyways and fixing that one.

            Happy with the cut still today and it cost a whooping 5$ for the tooth and a sharpening. One thing is for sure I am still a loyal customer.

            Comment


            • #21

              Re: My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

              Thanks for sharing your chair build with us, Steve. I have selected this thread as our next "Best Build" winner. Steve has received a Veritas Tri-Burnisher from Lee Valley.

              I'll be looking for our next Best Build thread in the next few weeks, so don't be shy....post your build threads and I will have a look at them.

              Thanks.
              ______________________________________________
              Rob Brown
              Editor - Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement

              Comment

              • Thread Continues Below...

              • #22

                Re: My Version of Rob's "Pallett Chair" design

                That is excellent. Well done.

                Comment

                Working...
                X