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installing 'faux' ceiling beams

Started this discussion. Last reply by Henk Cusveller Jun 19, 2015. 2 Replies

Hi, I'm looking for some ideas and suggestions.Not quite furniture, but hey!  My customer wants beams installed on the existing kitchen ceiling. Pure decorative, no structural function. Construction…Continue

table legs steel

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angelo Pedro Jun 3, 2014. 2 Replies

Hi. I'm making a dining room table. The timber top will be connected to a steel frame. The legs are steel pipe 1" or 1 1/2". The legs will end in timber blocks of approx 10" height. My problem is how…Continue

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In what kind of woodworking business do you work?
custom build cabinets and bespoke furniture
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The CabinetMaker
What kind of products do you make?
customized one offs

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Remote control beam

Posted on November 21, 2013 at 2:49pm 0 Comments

Hi. Designing a TV cabinet. Underneath the TV, I need the usual slot for the DVD player. Customer would prefer to cover that space and hide the machine from sight. Problem is the remote. I thought of making a kind of picture frame with a material that lets through the infra red beam. Anyone has any ideas and experience with this. Thank you so much.

Steel Table legs ending in timber blocks

Posted on August 24, 2013 at 4:25am 3 Comments

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Hi. I'm making a dining room table. The timber top will be connected to a steel frame. The legs are steel pipe 1" or 1 1/2". The legs will end in timber blocks of approx 10" height. My problem is how to connect the pipe to the timer 'feet' . I discussed the design with the welder and best we came up with is weld a lag bolt to the pipe, pre-drill the timber and screw the leg on, with Tec7 as adhesive. He will connect the steel to prvent racking, but not too sure if that's enough.…

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Corniche connection

Posted on January 2, 2012 at 6:39am 0 Comments

Happy NewYear to ye all!May I apply for some help/input/tips please?Much appreciated.Above book case has a twin on the other side of chimney breast.Customer wants me to continue the corniche across the chimney and link up with the case on the right.I plan to cope the inside corners.The ceiling on…

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At 4:30pm on July 7, 2012, Glen G.Guarino said…

Hi Henk, Thank you for the complement, it means a great deal from another furniture maker.

At 1:07pm on February 15, 2011, Will Sampson said…
Henk, I'd love to see photos of the 1832 chest. Where did it come from?
At 10:21am on January 29, 2011, John Morris said…
Henk, do you have walnut in Ireland? What are the main species you guys work with over there? Thanks for commenting!
At 2:53pm on November 15, 2010, Kathleen McLaughlin said…
Welcome!!
 
 
 

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