Ted at the sliding table saw - trimming off the end of a table top.
Ted is gluing up a dining chair. Just about all our joinery is mortise and tenon.
Here Norm is gluing up a trestle table.
Instead of trying to sand or chisel out excess dried glue, we scrub it out with warm water while it is still wet.
The perfect shop dog.
Here George is wetsanding oil coat number 2 on a cherry Morris Chair. Wetsanding is sanding with very fine sanding paper with the oil - the paper is wet. Using 400 grit paper this technique produces a silky smooth surface.
Norm gluing up a trestle table
Eberhard glueing up Morris Chair sides
Lucie keeping watch
Jeff sanding drawer pulls
Steve making the plane sharp
A nice piece of Bubinga waiting for the saw
Here we are sawing a thick piece of walnut to make a bookmatched set of Morris chair arms.
The results of the resawn walnut - typically we produce our major parts this way - resaw to make a bookmatched set.