How to draw horizontal laminates to build a curved stair

More and more people both professionals and amateurs are taking up the challenge of building a curved stair using my horizontal laminate technique. Some of the results are really fantastic and have left me breathless as these exceptional craftsmen have added their personal touch to improve and develop this technique. Here are just a couple…

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Curved Central Cut String built by an Amateur Stair Builder

I recently received an email from John an amateur wood worker  sharing his experience in building a central cut string using my horizontal laminate technique. This is an ambitious project for an amateur and John has certainly done a great job. He has agreed to share his experience on my website, so here it is.…

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Another Curved Stair Project

  Here’s an email from Laurence a cabinet maker based in the south west of France. He has just made his first stair with a curved central cut string using my horizontal laminated techniques. He has given a original effect by leaving the laminates visible without an exterior veneer. Bonjour M. Tillson Une petite photo…

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Traditional Stair Builder uses modern techniqes to build a curved cut string

Kellnermill Work is a 3 generation joinery shop specialized stair building in Pittsburg, the company is run by Ron D’Alessandro. Ron and his team makes some beautiful high and medium end stairs that you can see on his web site by clicking the link below: https://www.kellnermillwork.com/ Last January I was contacted by Ron asking if…

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Quick Tours of the Workshop

Here are a few videos to show you around my workshop and share with you the jobs we are actually working on. If you would like more information on specific topics just leave a comment to tell me and I’ll see what I can do. *********************************** Jobs at hand November 9th 2011 If you find…

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