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Starting a “Bourbon” cabinet- Part 1

August 23, 2013

Aaron

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.

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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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