Queensland Red Cedar… glued up..

Here is a second generation lamination … done in Queensland Red Cedar [toona australis] without any accent stripe…

After the pieces were cut twice they were glued back together…

Here you can see the outline drawn for the oval shape and the grain enhanced with a little turpentine…

I think the grain of the cedar lends itself to the dramatic angularity of this design..

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Just a woodworker sharing some of the things learnt the hard way... so you don't make the same mistakes...
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4 Responses to Queensland Red Cedar… glued up..

  1. Lew says:


  2. Pete says:

    this doesn’t make my head hurt like some of the others 😀

  3. Dodge says:

    Toona australis has been superceded by Toona ciliata…..taxonomists need to be shot on site!!

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