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Tasmanian Blackwood Bedside Tables

Grant (Mon PM TG) -  My first project with the School is a pair of bedside tables made entirely out of Tasmanian Blackwood.  Coming in with no idea of what exactly I wanted to make other than that I wanted to build fine furniture I eventually thought a pair of bedside...

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Vic Ash Dining Table

Michelle (Thu AM TG) -  Michelle had an existing dining table that she wanted to make an extension to for large family gatherings.  She needed the leg to be removed from the top relatively easy for storage. As it turns out it can also be a stand-alone table as the...

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Redgum Coffee Table

Peter (Wed AM TG) -  I have never studied design, or even read much about it. For a functional piece of furniture, I am a firm believer in function dictating form. For a coffee table, that is very simple. All you need is a flat surface of the desired dimension at the...

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American Walnut Car Console

One of our morning Tutor Group Members -  This console was made to fit between the seats of a 1970 model car that I am restoring. The car has a glove box, but unlike more modern cars, has no other storage space for small personal items. To fit the console between the...

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Tasmanian Myrtle – small table

David (Tue PM TG) -  Here are a few pics of a little table I just finished. It is made from a plank of Tasmanian myrtle, following a design shown in Fine Woodworking  as a "One board table". The biggest challenges were cutting the fake "cabriole" step on the upper...

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Vic Ash Desk

Karen (Wed AM TG) -  The desk top is Vic ash veneered plywood with a solid timber edge. The drawer, legs and shelves are all solid timber whilst the panels are veneered plywood. Dominoes have been used to make the cabinets. The most difficult part was deciding how to...

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