The staff at the Cranbrook store have finished the Douglas Fir Conference Table. What a beautiful table! The staff spent just over 22 hours into the creation and the total weight of all the tables is 650 lbs! A big thank you go to the crew for taking pictures of the progress and sharing the project.
Check out the slideshow below for more pictures
Check back next week for more progress.
The following was shared from the Windsor Plywood Victoria Saanichton (Keating) store
A Mbira (African thumb piano) made by Mark, one of the fine employees here at Windsor Plywood Keating. The top is Siamese Rosewood, with Maple sides and a Purpleheart bridge. This instrument looks and sounds unique.
Steve from the Cranbrook Windsor Plywood store sent in these pictures of a table he made from a piece of Olive wood, an old riverbank stump and a railway spike. The railway spike was used to level out the table.
The staff at the Windsor Plywood Cranbrook were at it again! They wanted to make a product donation to the not-for-profit group, Ducks Unlimited. The organization could then use it in a raffle or auction to raise funds in support of wetland conservation.
Used the EcoPoxy, a slab of live edge curly maple and river rock for the bench legs.
The store owner from the Windsor Plywood Cranbrook sent a few pictures to share with visitors.
Picture courtesy of Windsor Plywood Langley
Custom box, handcrafted by Dave from our door shop. It was a wedding gift for customer.
Steve, the owner of the Windsor Plywood store in Cranbrook, BC, sent in these custom bowties made for a customer live edge project. A bowtie inlay is a type of joint used either to hold two or more wooden boards together or to keep two halves of a board, that have already started to split, from splitting further. Traditionally, these inlays were painstakingly crafted to fit into hand-carved and chiseled recesses. But today, all you need is a plunge router and a simple inlay kit.
More information and an excellent step-by-step guide can be found at this link: http://www.woodsmith.com/files/issues/189/making-bowtie-inlay.pdf or Woodsmith No. 189