Καρέκλα τραπεζαρίας Mission Style | Πώς να κατασκευάσετε Μέρος 1 / Ξυλουργική με στυλ Arts and Crafts



Σε αυτό το βίντεο, θα σας δείξω πώς να φτιάξετε μια καρέκλα τραπεζαρίας σε στυλ Mission ή Art and Crafts χρησιμοποιώντας συμπαγή λευκή βελανιδιά. Στο Μέρος 1, θα εξετάσουμε το σχέδιο της καρέκλας, θα σπάσουμε και θα φρεζάρουμε τραχιά ξυλεία, δημιουργώντας τα πόδια της καρέκλας και δημιουργώντας το ξυλουργείο για τη βάση της καρέκλας. Το Μέρος 2 καλύπτει τη δημιουργία των στηρίξεων πλάτης, των στυλ πλάτης και του φινιρίσματος.
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  1. Excellent Video thanks. I've just started making the Arts & Crafts Stickley table to match, & the chairs will be next. So watching both of your video's was a great help. One thing, you mentioned Woodpecker Tools. Yes they are good, if you can afford them. I was going to buy their Mechanical Pencil. I live in Thailand & they wanted to charge me 50 USD for delivery. That is way, way over the top. Thanks again for the video

  2. I was going to buy a few of your plans and I thought I would get this plan for the chair to see how the plans are. I entered all my info like I was paying for it, and all I get is a file with a picture!!!!!
    Did I miss something in the file? Tried contacting you through replies to the payment email and your website……Nothing…..I wont be buying plans from here!!!

  3. Nice job, Domino technique especially. White oak is such a great wood to work with, but the chairs are heavy aren't they! This chair looks similar to a Gustav Stickley No. 378 "occasional or desk chair" though I don't think I've ever seen a Stickley by any of the brothers with tapered and splayed back legs, so your friends' chairs are probably modern interpretations. I've made a few Stickley repros (rockers, side tables, recently a set of six No. 353 dining chairs) but never had to deal with compound angles, just angled mortises (or tenons) to attach the side rails and stretchers to the legs. Loose tenons sure make that easier, and I can see where a Domino machine would be a big help. But dowels and pocket holes aren't allowed 🙂  (Note: if you make the back legs out of 8/4 flatsawn stock the ray flake will be on the fronts of the legs where you want it.)

  4. Well done! One of the Stickley brothers wrote, "the furniture of today should be designed and built by the men of today." If the Stickleys had dominos, I think they would have used them.

  5. Nice build! I was curious the size of the dominos your using for the joints? I swear I listened to the video and check the description before asking.

  6. Really nicely done and this is where the Domino shine but still difficult especially using them at an angle, you make it look easier than it is. Super job Johnny!!!

  7. I KNEW IT! There have been so many times I've watched a Crafted video and seen something in Johnny's shop that I wanted. I had a feeling it was going to happen again today. I'd love to get one of the Powermatic jointers. I've used a friends and it's amazing. Johnny has all the good tools!

    Anyway, great video, can't wait to see the second part. Chairs (like these) are not easy to replicate and so far it looks awesome.

  8. I have to say I am very impressed by your woodworking. I have been a carpenter for 20+ yrs and I am working on getting into wood working and cabinet making. I have found a big success in the head boards I have been making, Thank you for all the great videos and detail along with templates, this is great. I am looking forward to videos coming in weekly.. Cheers from Wisconsin