Bigger things …​[ edit ]

 

My dad has a little sawmill (just for household) and I get the wood free of him. I just tell him which dimensions I need and how much, and he fixes it. The timber is not planed and therefore best suited to larger things.

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Mass production of flower boxes. I made ten of them. Here, I’m measuring up the wood for the handles.
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A finished flower box!
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A table and benches for the barbecue place. Now a couple of years later the bark edge has fallen off and the wood has become beautiful gray.
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In my new greenhouse I needed a functional interior design to hold all the boxes for all the flowers I grow up every year. I drew up the greenhouse (inside dimensions) in AutoCad and designed the shelves so they should hold maximum number of boxes.
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Another important detail was to get a good working space. I made all the drawings to scale so that building process could be as simple as possible.
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The result was beyond my expectations. I have now covered the lower part with a vinyl cloth to protect the shelves beneath from soil and water.

 

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Woodwork​[ edit ]

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A puzzle for small children.
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A toy where the head moves up and down when you pull it.
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A wall basket
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Inspired by an article in a magazine I made this house building kit. The roof parts are lined with sandpaper. The small skylights have felt glued on the bottom.
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Inspired by an article in a magazine I made this house building kit. The roof parts are lined with sandpaper. The small skylights have felt glued on the bottom.
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A doll bed
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A organ bench
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Holder for spool of threads. Not so good looking but very practical.
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The Regal Ship Wasa
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A model kit of Regal Ship Wasa in scale 1:100. I started this many years ago, we shall see if / when I get this finished
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Extremely time consuming when everything must be done by hand, since almost nothing is ready from the start.
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A wall Shelf. The profile of the bars I milled with my milling machine.
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A small chest of drawers for all my paints and brushes.
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Wall decoration made of demolition wood and wooden buttons.

 

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