This past week I taught a class at the Wood and Shop School on building a Shaker candle stand for the first time. The table we made is pretty much a dead copy of one I measured a few years back at Hancock Shaker Village.
I was surprised at how well everyone took to cutting the sliding dovetails that attach the legs to the spindle. The fit and and function of the joinery was top notch.
I have written and done a video on building this table in the past; it is one of my all-time favorite projects. Building this wonderful table with all of its cool little details in a class with a great group students really brought the project full circle for me.
— Will Myers
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I so wish I lived closer to your school so I could take your awesome classes.
What brand of face shield is the student using? Thank you.
The faceshield looks to be the Uvex Bionic Faceshield. I have one, very happy with it.
That is a sweet slab for the bench on the second picture where the guy is using the spokeshave.
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