My second attempt at housing the Stream Deck, this time much more stable despite using half the thickness of wood.
Scaffold board bookcase
Cherry TV stand
I made a TV stand from cherry bought from the Hardwood Offcut shop. The live edge design is nice and straightaway, showing off the wood’s natural beauty.
TV stand top detail
This shot shows the details of the top of the TV stand, where a split has hopefully been tamed by a few ties.
I cut these names out of timber from window frames that had recently been removed from the house. Cut on the band saw, each one of these words is the online nickname of one of the attendees at a stag party I hosted. They turned out well, and everyone seemed really happy to have them.
My desk was an old pine table which had been chopped around a fair bit and had an uneven roughly 50cm x 85 cm top. I used the legs from that table and laminated assorted woods to make a larger, flatter desk more suited to my needs.
Three of the planks that make up the top are wood from a built-in wardrobe we dismantled when we moved into the house, another is made from the top of the old pine table, and the last plank was some planed construction timber left over from building my workbench.
Planing the desktop
An in-progress shot of hand planing the surface of the desk.
Oak Stream Deck stand
This was my first attempt at making a stand for the Stream Deck. My favourite feature is the the cable, which exits at the top of the Stream Deck, is routed down and out of the bottom side of the stand, hiding it from front view.
This is my workbench. Made to a design by Paul Sellers. I watched Paul’s very easy to follow videos on youtube to construct this woodworking bench out of construction timber bought from a local builders’ merchant.
This was my first major woodworking project and brought many challenges, but I am proud to have completed it. The bench is now the most useful and used tool in my workshop.
The bucking workbench
This is an in-progress shot of the workbench; here you can see I’ve yet to cut the hole in the side apron to install the vice.