The customer project was shared from the Windsor Plywood Langley store.
The following pictures is from the first cut of the slab, to the finish product. The materials used for this project was poplar lumber and plywood, paint and the Mappa slab.
All were purchased from Windsor Plywood Langley. The customer, Kim, personally built and finished all aspects of this project. For more information, contact Kim at his company: Kimwood Specialty Building.
A special mention to Langley LED for the great job installing the LED lighting.
The following project was shared by a fan of the www.mywindsorproject.com blog. Send in your projects to share today!
This is my first real wood project. Been a metal guy all my life, so after retiring, I thought I would try some wood. I made a simple table for my wife, from local woods; juniper, fir, and pine all found in the local bush. I used my 30-year-old Beaver Tablesaw, I got on Kijiji for $80, and Jointer I got from the Goodwill for $40. I sanded for several days, then gave it a coat of Minwax clear.
Millwright, a Machinist, retired.
The following was a submission from Marc D to the firstname.lastname@example.org
Marc’s wife wanted a small table with drawers for the front entrance to put keys, gloves, etc. He scoured the internet for an idea and came up with this design; the carcass is made of birch ply, the drawer fronts include canary wood, purple heart and birch.Marc has a small shop (single bay garage) and it took about 40 hours to build.”
Fantastic work Marc! Great choice in the woods and drawer pull hardware.
Adam is a customer of Windsor Plywood Leduc. He sent in some pics of a coffee table he built from a couple of pieces of Live Edge Walnut.
Finished with a clear epoxy, the end result is gorgeous!! Very well done Adam and thank you for sharing this with us!
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#epoxy #shoplocalleduc #jobwelldone👏#coffeetable
The results are stunning and the store gets compliments about the countertops on a daily basis.
Hi my name is Alistair, I live in Calgary AB.
Below is a rocking Chair I built from a variety of wood, it is made from walnut, cherry, ash, poplar and spruce most of which was purchased from the south location Windsor Plywood in Calgary.
The chair is 43 ply’s glued up and then carved with chainsaw, angle grinder and chisels then sanded with an orbital sander down to hand sanding to a 400 grit. The finish is a pre-catalysed lacquer that has been sanded between coats and polished.
It was a super fun project and I look forward to making more of these, thanks for all your great products Windsor Plywood!!
You can see my other work at standingdeadwoodworks.com