Carve a Tenon on a Log Clamp

About: Lone rustic furniture builder in Denver, Colorado. I use only standing-dead aspen and pine that grows right here in the Rocky Mountains!

Sometimes logs are too big for the lathe. These logs can be for table legs, beds, or railings. In this video, Scott shows how to use a specially fabricated log clamp to carve a tenon on larger logs and also sand and peel them.

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    randomray

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Hey thanks for the video . Some people will need more info , but for me it was just what I needed . Thanks for sharing .