Wayne's Project World
Jan 16, 2008Public
Photo: Latest oven now complete. Other photos of this build can be seen at https://picasaweb.google.com/waynebergman/AMS42PompeiiOven#
Photo: Checkers and the cedar strip kayak. Built in our basement in North Vancouver.
Photo: This chair is a bit different than the first driftwood project. This chair will be for sale at the 2009 Fiber Arts Festival. The link below is an album of step by step photos of the methods used to build this one.
http://picasaweb.google.com/waynebergman/2009FibreArtsFestival#
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Photo: The joy's of Photo Shop! Someones, (not mine) commercial printing skills has finally come in handy for something. Thanks Jim.
Photo: Any one interested in seeing the step by step construction of this project can go to the following web address for a look
http://picasaweb.google.com/waynebergman/WayneSPizzaOvenWorld#
Photo: This is the new roof for the pizza oven. Neil is catching on with the gas welding.....is nice to have an assistant!
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Photo: Roof is now complete. Smoke exits just fine at front of oven and rain seems to stay off and out of the oven. Steel for framing and the roofing material all for under $300.00 so thought this was worth the effort. Last year saw too much rain getting into front oven area. Lucy likes it too, should keep her paws dry all winter long.
Photo: 3/4 inch ply and some Lee Valley hinges for the new screen door. Handle is made from steel washers and 1/8 " flat bar
Photo: Wooden sunglasses. Not sure why. Was a fun project but spent way too much time on this one.
Photo: back of stickely chair has solid maple uprights and 1/4" thick solid maple on tops and bottoms of curved pieces. The curved pieces are 3/4" maple vedeer mdf stock kerf cut for ease of bending and then glued together kerf cut to keft cut,then filled with bondo, then 1/4" solid glued to exposed mdf areas and then routed clean..most of chair is 3/4" mdf with biscut jointery. Legs are four pieces of above with interlocking router fittment at corners which makes for hollow legs. Normally mdf would not be used for a chair but this one is so heavy and just sits in one place and I got the wood for free. Seems to working just fine so far.
Photo: This thinline style solid body guitar was built for our youngest son Neil for his grad present with seymour duncan vintage pickups. Body made from mahogany and maple...neck was from a fender G&L tribute. Maybe one day I will make a home built neck for this one. Stickley style chair made from maple veneered MDF.
Photo: Neil's thinline in the making
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