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First project - thanks kenbo

Well in the process of moving my table saw to the basement 2 weeks ago when i decided to learn a new hobby I knocked a picture frame off the wall and it broke so I had my first project. The tutorial provided by kenbo was of great help. Thank you

A left over walnut beam from my mantle years ago.



Why not resaw with a table saw as a first thing to learn



Another tutorial educated me on planing sleds



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Not perfect and it bothers me a good bit... but not bad for a start.

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Looks great. Would you please link to Kenbos post you were talking about? I'd love to make some of those.

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I think you did a wonderful job. Looks great to me.
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looks purty dang good to me! I haven't attempted a picture frame yet

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You did good. Well done!!!!

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Looks great to me. What is the contrasting wood?

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Thank you.

The inlay is maple.
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Looks great. Would you please link to Kenbos post you were talking about? I'd love to make some of those.

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http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f13/r...utorial-34284/
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