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Starting a “Bourbon” cabinet- Part 1

August 23, 2013


P1330121Cleaning up the face of a plank of walnut for a “bourbon” cabinet to keep some fine Tennessee (maybe Kentucky) bourbon.  The birch ply veneer cores are completed and on the bench in the background.


Resawing an 11″ wide chunk of walnut.  Good thing I did a practice cut before cutting into it and decided that my current blade was a little to dull and causing a bit of drift.  Luckily a had a good Timberwolf 3/4″ resaw blade on hand.  After a few tense moments everything turned out sweetly!

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