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12 minutes ago, Kang said:

Nice work, you're a far better wood worker than I am.


Now comes the hard part - keeping yourself from cluttering up that beautiful new flat surface with last week's laundry loads and other assorted random detritus that has nothing to do with lost wax casting.  Be vigilant!  ::D:




That area of my house is my studio.  Nothing domestic is allowed in there.  That said, getting cluttered with tools that should have been put away, boxes of Bones, or workout dumbells (I exercise in the area too) is a real possibility.

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Jewelry Bench, Part 2:


I finished it!




I put the fifth and final coat of varnish on the top last night and installed the drawer pulls.  I then mounted the GRS BenchMate bracket and bored a ring mandrel hole.


Then I leveled it using its leveling feet:




Finally, I installed my Foredom:




Now I just have a ton of sculpts to get done for clients and then I can make a ring for my wife.



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