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cabinet

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cabinet

cabinet

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cabinet

Creating something new is always a learning experience. I have learned I am not meant to be a furniture maker. Our dining room has a weird alcove that must have been designed to be a closet or bar. Having a little spare time and steel, I decided to make a cabinet to fit in the space and give us a spot for our glass fountain.


Lotus Coffee Table

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Lotus Coffee Table

Lotus Coffee Table featuring four metals...


Cat Table

Cat Table

My latest table from a sketch I designed several years ago. Would appreciate feedback. Do you think $3200. is too high a price?
It's 30" to top of glass. 36" wide and about 13" deep. Glass is in two 6"x36" pieces so cat's ears stick through. Glass is 3/8" thick and tempered. I haven't weighed it yet but it's probably near 80lb with glass.


New End Table

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New End Table

Just thought I would share a new end table I just finished. I've been experimenting with incorporating more live edge wood and a little concrete as well. It's been a lot of fun!


Candlestick

Candlestick

I made this candlestick from some left over components I had in stock. It's been grit blasted & at this moment in time I'm not sure of the finish colour.


Forged table

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Forged table

Log Basket

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Log Basket

This is a Log Basket/Carrier I designed and made for a forthcoming show.


Boot Rack

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Boot Rack

Iron Boot Rack with semi gloss powder coat.


Just had to reply!

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Just had to reply!

I was just reading and couldn't resist replying! When I was doing a little smithing (more than what I'm doing now), I loved forging pipe!

The picture is of a set of shelves I did a few years ago. B/c of the time it takes to draw down a schedule 40 piece of pipe down to an dull point (like for the roots), I would often draw the pipe down to about 5/8" to 3/4", cut 90 degrees and simply weld a forged solid piece on the end. I would make sure to chamfer both the forged pipe end and solid end really well to get a good penetrating weld. After grinding the weld smooth, I would usually re-heat, lightly forge to blend the two pieces and bend as desired. I've done hundreds of pieces this way and only had a problem a couple of times - usually trying to bend the welded section when it was a little too cold and would break the weld. But even then, depending on the piece being made, it would add a little interest to the piece as well.


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