After going into work every day for 3 weeks to either work or get progress done on the project, it is finally done! This project took a lot longer than I though it would, mainly because the shop isn't organised in a time efficient setup for projects. I'd have to walk from one side of the store to the other if I forgot a domino or sheet of sandpaper, reset extraction every time I needed to use a power tool, and finally explain to customers what the bloody hell I was doing every time they came past. Not that the latter was an issue, it was awesome to have so many peoples interest in the project.
Anyway, the YouTube video is posted below. If you want to see the project in further depth then you can follow the link to my channel and view the 3 part series where I narrate over each step of the process. Photos of the finished piece are in the portfolio section of my website.
I'm Matt Estlea, a student at Rycotewood Furniture Centre in Oxford, currently studying a BA Degree in Furniture: Design and Make. I also work at the Basingstoke branch of Axminster Tools and Machinery on weekends and have an unhealthy obsession with cats.