Building a cherry wood floor lamp: retro style

Building a cherry wood floor lamp: retro style

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I made this floor lamp with cherry wood and steel conduit. For more information see my website:

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44 thoughts on “Building a cherry wood floor lamp: retro style”

  1. this is a great video, I don't know why it hasn't been seen more. I think it's a "hidden gem"! Nicely done Mr. Ramsey.

  2. Hello, very good your work, I learned a lot with you, even though my English translationof is good, I've seen his work with pallets and interests me especially finishes, oils and varnishes used, if I could post something about that you agradeceria, thank you very much ..

  3. I think maybe the legs were fitting loose after beacuse they were sanded? And you hadn't sanded them yet when you did a dry fit. Just a thought. I've had it happen to me also 😀

  4. The other day I was wondering "how could I cut a circle with a table saw" and then 1:48 happened. Awesome technique, I'll give this a try 🙂

  5. hey boss its me again I wanna see if u can fix this one as will please I got this msg  404 Error – page not found We're sorry, but the page you are looking for doesn't exist. thank you sir

  6. Parabéns pelo seus vídeos, considero você um artista nesse ramo da carpintaria e me canso de olhar todos os seus trabalhos….. saudações do Brasil.

  7. This is by far the best woodworking video I've seen on YouTube, so succinct and clear, so many ideas and techniques distilled into a top shelf video. Subscribed

  8. I love all of your videos! And what you make is wonderful! I just wish I had the tools or experience to try some of them! Cutting the circle on the table saw in that way is really cool… When people ask you can say "oh I cut the table top on my table saw" and they will just stare at you looking really confused!

  9. Yep, make a linkage with a piece of wood. Put a screw in a board that fits in a hole in the center of thing you want to cut, then figure out a way to fix said board to your jigsaw.
    You could also just draw a circle on a piece of wood and trace it with the jigsaw, and then fine tune it with sanding.

  10. hello steve can add in your fb because there's a lot of steve Ramsey in fb i dont know which one is your acount, by the way can u teach me how to use proper use of router tool specially on the corner lock

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