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    Wainscot in the works

    I have been working on this for a while now and really need to finish it up as on July 9th we are having a thank you party for all that have helped us on the kitchen and this NEEDS to be done. So dual purpose here, first is just to show how and where I am at and second, I feel posting this will keep me in gear by showing updates.......and I am sure I can and will receive some gentle nudges from you fine folks So here are some pics of the many pieces (114 to be exact) along with a simple cutting board for a wedding gift next weekend
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Wainscot 1.jpg   Wainscot 2.jpg   Wainscot 3.jpg   Wainscot 4.jpg   Wainscot 5.jpg  

    Maple_Jarrah Cutting Board.jpg  

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    Tom that's gonna look sharp.

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    the wood is amazing. It's going to look fantastic

    Now get it done !!! nudge, nudge
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    That looks awesome! I love quartered oak, it has so much character.
    Did you run the bead profile through a molder or a shaper?

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    Nice wood!!! Nice job!!! Now BACK TO WORK times a waste'n Tom
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Soby View Post
    That looks awesome! I love quartered oak, it has so much character.
    Did you run the bead profile through a molder or a shaper?
    QSRO is about my favorite Rich I have a Magic Molder molding head for my table saw that I used for putting the bead profile on with.

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    Tom,

    your choice in wood is always so top notch. It's amazing... Nicely done
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    Lookin' good amigo!
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    Looks very promising so far, Tom.
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    Gotta love it. Looking great Tom. A drop-dead date is always good for inspiration as well.
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