[Woodfurniture] Walnut Mantle In The Works Like That Finish Liveedgewood Liveedgeslab Liveedgewood Liveedgeslab Woodslab Toronto Torontowoodworking Wooddesign Interiordesign Woodgrain Wood Woodfurniture

Walnut Mantle In The Works Like That Finish Liveedgewood Liveedgeslab Liveedgewood Liveedgeslab Woodslab Toronto Torontowoodworking Wooddesign Interiordesign Woodgrain Wood Woodfurniture

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15 Comments

  1. pictalabmilano says:

    Really Interesting 😊

  2. rustic.reclaimed says:

    Do you ever have 5or 6” thick walnut for mantles?

  3. jauntchicago says:

    Looking good!!! That’s a pretty slab 💕

  4. cappacucino123 says:

    😜

  5. fur_and_fir says:

    @mdahari I still think something like this would be amazing at your place! Beautiful @old_schoolhouse_mill!

  6. old_schoolhouse_mill says:

    @rustic.reclaimed I usually would never cut hardwood that thick as it would take forever to dry in the kiln. I currently have some siberian elm at 3 inches thick.

  7. rustic.reclaimed says:

    @old_schoolhouse_mill what if you put the slabs in a microwave or (rf) kiln?

  8. nniemanconstruction says:

    @rustic.reclaimed there’s a good chance it would twist or check. Thick stuff can develop internal voids when dried too quickly. Anything that thick should be air dried.

  9. nniemanconstruction says:

    Beautiful! What’s the finish on it?

  10. old_schoolhouse_mill says:

    @rustic.reclaimed if you have access to that you can dry thicker slabs. We run a Dehumidifier kiln

  11. old_schoolhouse_mill says:

    @nniemanconstruction ceranova clear

  12. rustic.reclaimed says:

    @rustic.reclaimed how long does it take for 3” slabs in your kiln?

  13. old_schoolhouse_mill says:

    @rustic.reclaimed from green around 2.5-3 months

  14. nniemanconstruction says:

    @old_schoolhouse_mill thanks.

  15. nniemanconstruction says:

    I’m pretty new to the water based stuff, I stuck with oil based until I couldn’t get it any more lol

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