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Whaw, that goes fast. And such a clean joinery! I wonder how you get it done.

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Terrific work, especially the scale working hinges!

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21 hours ago, KORTES said:

 

This is an outstanding masterpiece of mastery level and the culture of work. My best regards.

Thank you so much for your approval

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19 hours ago, G.L. said:

Whaw, that goes fast. And such a clean joinery! I wonder how you get it done.

I've been working since the middle of last September. I usually have enough time, so I have enough patience to finish it. No less than 10 hours a day. Except for machining, most of the parts are done by hand. I am very concerned about the cleanliness of the work environment, not only to reduce the dust caused by the processing bias, but also to accurately find the tools I need.

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18 hours ago, druxey said:

Terrific work, especially the scale working hinges!

Thank you for the compliment

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Whow, 10+ hours per day in the workshop !  I usually do not muster enough energy for more than a hour or two after work ...

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7 hours ago, yvesvidal said:

Are you a jeweler by trade? This is amazing.

 

Yves

It really is. I struggle to make full-size furniture that nice!

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Oh come on now; you have to have a team of elves out the back doing this? ;)  Truely beautiful detail; you are a master craftsman - I think any cabinet maker would be proud of those furniture items, yet alone these being at scale!

 

Is that small vise / gripper you show at post #67, 7 down a purchased item?  With your skills, you probably made this?  It looks a very handy tool/accessory.   If you made this would you please show some other shots of it?

 

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cheers

 

Pat

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10 hours ago, BANYAN said:

Oh come on now; you have to have a team of elves out the back doing this? ;)  Truely beautiful detail; you are a master craftsman - I think any cabinet maker would be proud of those furniture items, yet alone these being at scale!

 

Is that small vise / gripper you show at post #67, 7 down a purchased item?  With your skills, you probably made this?  It looks a very handy tool/accessory.   If you made this would you please show some other shots of it?

 

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cheers

 

Pat

Thank you for your appreciation. I've posted this rectangular locator separately. If you're interested, you can take a look. I designed and built them myself.

 

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13 hours ago, dvm27 said:

Magnificent work! Will the cabin's lucky occupant have a canvas covered straw mattress to lie on?

Thank you for your appreciation. . I'm GonNa make the canvas mats later . . Otherwise, it's really uncomfortable to lie on it!

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21 hours ago, yvesvidal said:

Are you a jeweler by trade? This is amazing.

 

Yves

Thank you for your appreciation. 

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14 hours ago, Tony Hunt said:

It really is. I struggle to make full-size furniture that nice!

Thank you for your appreciation. 

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21 hours ago, SJSoane said:

hyw, outstanding work. This is as good as it gets. Like many others who have posted here, I would like to see more of your processes. We can call learn from you!

 

Mark

Thank you for the compliment. There is no best. Only better. . . This forum will also let me learn more。

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