Idaho On The Table

Woodworking craftsman — Kluesner specializes in 18th century reproductions

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“It can cut through wood very quickly, but could ruin a piece of wood in a hurry, if you’re not careful,” he says. Not to mention a finger or two. Once Tyler was satisfied with the overall shape of the piece, he wanted to incorporate a few natural details. He used a router to carve the main rivers and lakes, and inlaid them with clear epoxy and metal filings. For the base, he chose a style favored by George Nakashima, a Japanese-American woodworker, architect and furniture-maker originally from the Spokane area, whose signature woodworking design was large-scale tables made from wood slabs, using live edges and artistic bases. Tyler’s table is about coffee-table height and measures a little longer than 3 feet. He considered adding more topographic features.
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Much sanding is required followed by many coats of paint, with lots of color sanding in between. Curing time takes about a month with final buffing done on the buffing wheel. With the body complete, final assembly is very stressful, lest you scratch or chip your perfect paint job.
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