A new teak countertop for my RV
The Turtle Project
Utility trays for my boat
Occasionally I get a piece of furniture that is damaged beyond repair.
Raw teak is unbelievably expensive so rather than just throw the broken furniture in a dumpster I try to salvage as much of the teak as possible.
I cut it into individual pieces, square it up on the table saw and then run the pieces through a planer.
The salvaged teak is then used to make repairs and for personal projects like the ones pictured below.
17 pound mackinaw
End Grain Cutting Boards