This toolbox is the final project of the introductory quarter of study at Seattle Central's Wood Technology Center. It is made out of poplar, lauan, and alder.
This sign was commissioned for a private residence, to hang above a home bar that has been nicknamed "The 7:45 Bar". The material is Peruvian Walnut, treated with Skidmore's Liquid Beeswax Finish. The design was etched into the wood using a CNC machine (thanks to Metrix CreateSpace for all their help), and the lettering was burned black using a pyrograving tool.
This router table was built in my first quarter of study in the cabinetmaking program at the Wood Technology Center. I use it for just about everything I make.
Chicken Coop Sign
This sign for my parents' chicken coop was my first attempt at pyrograving, the process of using a soldering iron to burn a design into wood. The sign is made out of cherry, finished with Daly's Profin.
This napkin roll set was made from a continuous length of walnut, such that the grain pattern flows from one ring into the next. The names were engraved by hand with a pyrography tool.