We built a walnut handrail for an 88' tall spiral staircase late in 2011. Here, you can catch a glimpse of the process we used to build it.
While this isn't a process video, it does clearly show the Primmer Expanding Table in action. The top falls slowly due to pneumatic rams hidden in the substructure.
One of our first experiments with charring wood as a means of finishing it, the Bow Wow Haus was built for the magnificent Yew Dell Gardens in Centerfield, Ky.
When we were selected to build the Shands Tower, one of the central techniques that we brought to bear on the project was steam bending. Here, you can see us wrestling an enormous redwood timber out of our steam box and into its form.