I always do a test board using the finishes I’m considering for a project. This is the maple sample board for the bench build. The left section has two coats of Danish Oil. The middle is two coats of BLO. It is noticeable in the ...
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Crisscross, David Barron, and Danish Oil walk into a bar... #2: Mortise and Dovetail Tenon ala David Barron
Typically in a bench top slab the mortises are either sawn and/or chiseled out of a laminated slab. I used another approach. In the following photos you can see more easily that the mortises are “constructed” by, in my case, laminati...
In case you’re stopping here without seeing the project post, here’s my bench. Benchcrafted’s Crisscross has been covered before I’m sure but I’ve only seen one posting about it by Jusfine. So I thought I’d ...