Steve B Anderson

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About Steve B Anderson

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  • Birthday 10/19/1960

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    New Ulm, Texas
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    Furniture, jewelry boxes...etc. Planning on selling my work for supplement retirement income in the future.

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  1. I’m starting to see advertising through out the forum. Is this something new?
  2. Dave, you knocked this one out of the park. What a fantastic build this was. Thanks for sharing this with us and it really showcases your woodworking skills. I’ve been wanting to make one of these lamps for quite a while now and your journal will help me get started. I just hope it will turn out half as nice as this one.
  3. Dave - Maybe before this build you could have claimed to be bad at math but after what you have showed us so far I am a little skeptical
  4. I’m sure if you built one someone would buy it. There’s more people out there with big money than you think.
  5. Very nice Dave, I’m getting all kinds of design ideas running through my mind now.
  6. Looking good Dave. Hope that’s ketchup from your hot dog in the first pic. Never mind, after a second look I can see it’s something hanging on the wall.
  7. Looking good Dave. I was wondering how you made the angled base on the other lamps.
  8. I always finish components before assembly. It just makes the finishing process easier with the all of the scuffing between dye/stain gel coat and top finish applications.
  9. Looking good Dave, I’m on the edge on my seat for the next step.
  10. Awesome Dave just awesome. I’m really enjoying this build.
  11. I don’t have an Incra so I’ll have to rig up something. Thinking about getting one of those digital protractors to set the miter gauge with. I really appreciate you taking the time out of you busy schedule to do this. Looks like everyone is enjoying as much as myself.
  12. That does look a little scary. Do you take it all in one pass or sneak up on it with small cuts? Looking good Dave.
  13. Chet, This is the ultimate gift that a grandfather can receive. If it was me, I would frame that sign and treasure it forever. I know $50 doesn’t go far in the wood yard, but build something special just for them. Steve