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Offline Timmy C

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #90 on: April 30, 2008, 12:51 PM »
I just got done reading the posts I missed. If I wasn't waiting for client responses on email today I would shut this computer down! Dam thing is addictive as much as Festools!

Nice table, but who is really doing all that sanding, RW?

Nickao

Yup, Mr. RW is indeed doing the sanding.  Sinuses and Finish Dust just don't mix.  Buy by golly, I could do it...lol.

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Offline Dovetail65

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #91 on: May 15, 2008, 10:55 AM »
Did the final pics for this ever post Timmy?

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The one who says it can't be done should avoid interrupting the person doing it.

Offline Timmy C

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #92 on: May 15, 2008, 11:22 AM »
Did the final pics for this ever post Timmy?

Nickao

We go to install tomorrow.  Here is a couple that I don't believe I have posted.

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Side Note:  As most of you know the sinus thing went so smooth it was scary.  However, I got a call from my E.N.T. two days ago on my personal cellular.  I typically don't answer "Private" numbers on my personal...so I just let it ride until I could get to vm.  Four calls in a matter of 2 hours.  I finally pick it up, and it is the E.N.T. !!!  Using his personal cellular???  Go figr.  Anywhose, evidently my cultures came back and they cannot identify the "fungus based bacteria" that is working to bring me down in my sinus.  So, i get to go to an "infectious disease" specialist at the end of the month.  I asked him if I should be worried about it, and he replied: "they don't seem to worried if they don't have room for you until the end of the month." 

So, WEAR A MASK WHEN YOU ARE WORKING WITH WOOD!  All of this started a couple years ago when I was working with a lot of Bubinga, Wenge, and Cocobola...I am going to get my card scraper out and take some samples of the shaving to the specialist....stay tuned for further update.

Seriously folks, WEAR A MASK WHEN YOU ARE WORKING WOOD.  Perhaps a Festool Mask would make this chore of putting one on easier... ;D ;D ;D ;)

Timmy C

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #93 on: May 15, 2008, 11:25 AM »
I likey!

I used to make the inlays like that.

nothing is better than a high gloss floor, but nothing is worse than the high gloss floor with all the small scratches reflecting in the light! So a sheen like that is best for a table. SWEET!

Nice work on the sanding RW! Did RW do the finishing too?

Nickao
« Last Edit: May 15, 2008, 11:27 AM by nickao »
The one who says it can't be done should avoid interrupting the person doing it.

Offline Don T

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #94 on: May 15, 2008, 07:09 PM »
Side Note:  As most of you know the sinus thing went so smooth it was scary.  However, I got a call from my E.N.T. two days ago on my personal cellular.  I typically don't answer "Private" numbers on my personal...so I just let it ride until I could get to vm.  Four calls in a matter of 2 hours.  I finally pick it up, and it is the E.N.T. !!!  Using his personal cellular???  Go figr.  Anywhose, evidently my cultures came back and they cannot identify the "fungus based bacteria" that is working to bring me down in my sinus.  So, i get to go to an "infectious disease" specialist at the end of the month.  I asked him if I should be worried about it, and he replied: "they don't seem to worried if they don't have room for you until the end of the month." 

So, WEAR A MASK WHEN YOU ARE WORKING WITH WOOD!  All of this started a couple years ago when I was working with a lot of Bubinga, Wenge, and Cocobola...I am going to get my card scraper out and take some samples of the shaving to the specialist....stay tuned for further update.

Seriously folks, WEAR A MASK WHEN YOU ARE WORKING WOOD.  Perhaps a Festool Mask would make this chore of putting one on easier... ;D ;D ;D ;)

Timmy C

Hi Timmy, the table is absolutely beautiful.

On your side note my culture always comes back with a "really rare fungus which is very hard to get rid of" that is my doc's words.  It seems that we can get under control for short periods of time then it comes back.  Sinuses problems suck.  I would not get to worried just because your doctor has never seen that fungus, the specialist may know what it is right off the bat.  I had a skin issue where my skin was rotting off my hands and neck and the dermatologist did a culture and told me they had no idea what it was but they gave 3 different medicines to take care of infection and fungus.  They also gave me silverdine to cure the wound from the inside out.  My point to this rambling is they cured me and I have not had another breakout.  Wish you all the luck.
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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #95 on: May 16, 2008, 09:13 AM »

My next project, not tied to work (other than sending someone's kids to college on all the stuff I'm buying) is a pembroke table. I have no clue what I'm doing. Hopefully I don't butcher it all to heck, but the gameplan is largely one of interesting veneer. Oval top, all pommele Sapele, fiddleback Sapele sides, face, back, and I found an ubersexy Karelian Birch burl that I'm going to oval inlay into the curved drawer face. The legs have book inlays, icycles, strings, and ebony socks. Theres even a solitary bloodwood berry in there. Today I started thinking of tying in the ebony by banding the whole top in that too. Who knows.

So far all the parts are roughed out and the curved pieces cut. I still need to chop mortises and do a test run of the rule joint with my hinges before any miscalculation there gets transferred to something that matters.

Yes Dan, thats why I asked about the LN stuff . . .

You're gonna have to take pics as you go along.

I did e-mail Rob but haven't heard back as of yet and will call him later on today.

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Offline Michael Kellough

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #96 on: May 16, 2008, 10:23 AM »

You're gonna have to take pics as you go along.

I did e-mail Rob but haven't heard back as of yet and will call him later on today.

Cheers
Dan Clermont

Dan, are you going to pick up the picture cop's badge?  ;)

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #97 on: May 16, 2008, 12:34 PM »
Dan, are you going to pick up the picture cop's badge?  ;)


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Offline Timmy C

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #98 on: May 16, 2008, 09:17 PM »
Today was the big day.  The table was finally delivered to Community Bank of Lincoln.  Randy did an absolutely marvy job with this thing, and I would like to say Thanks for the hard work Rdub.  Very nicely done!!!

Timmy
« Last Edit: May 16, 2008, 09:19 PM by Timmy C »

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Re: Large Conference Table For Bank. Stays Here In Lincoln
« Reply #99 on: May 29, 2008, 01:07 PM »
That looks absolutely stunning, Tim!