Neil made big progress on his reproduction of JK's clock. He glued up the bent laminations for the stand in padauk, and rough cut the clock face out of a nice block of camphor, which looks great but has a really strong and unusual scent.
The clock stand is constructed using bent laminations, a glue up that requires some assistance. Here Barb stands by with clamps ready for Neil.
While attending Inside Passage School of Fine Woodworking as Resident Craftsmen, the author(s) of this blog will try and share a bit of the experience with you. Living in Roberts Creek, BC and spending 60-80 hours in the shop per week comes with alot of learning, funny, and altogether memorable moments we hope you enjoy.