Acoustic Sound Panels

I have taken on a project making hundreds of 2 foot by 4 foot acoustic sound panels for a client.  They are made of a plywood frame with Owens Corning Acoustic Rigid Fiberglass in between and then covered in a acoustic fabric and stapled.  In order to speed things up I have rebuilt my saw table that has the calibrated saw stops to not have to use a tape measure too often.   The fabric covering took the longest to get used to doing.

Security Booth for Silvercrest in the Queens, NYC

Every once in a while you take on a project that stretches your abilities.  This project brought me into the world of building off of an architect and designer plan document and required picking up some new skills.  The whole backside of the booth is covered in plastic laminate in a dark slate gray.  The customer side faces are all covered in solid porcelain sheets.  The accessible counter is supported from invisible supports and is the wire chase for all the cameras and data.  This project also demonstrated the need for me to finish the shop.  Very difficult working with a kerosene heater and tools in tubs.

 

Welcome Booth and Coffee Bar

This summer I undertook one of the larger cabinetry projects to date.  The Bridge Church in Malvern NY needed a  welcome booth and coffee bar for their lobby.  The challenge was to build  two very large pieces that could be carried up stair case with corners.  The two were built to separate into more manageable pieces and bolted together onsite.   The larger section still weighed about 600 lbs.

The construction was built out of poplar core maple plywood with solid maple panelizing and cherry banding.  Each piece contains 4 dovetail drawers and adjustable shelves.  The top is constructed of granite 12 inch tile.  The pieces were large enough they could barely fit in the shop.

Sound Studio Desk

Rob, Clint, DJ and I built a sound studio desk for use at Stonecrest.  Both sides allow for rack mountable equipment and it was fun to use my adjustable shelf jig I got for Christmas from my father in law for the first time.

Sound and Video Console

I just completed a custom sound console that I designed and built for a local church.  The console is large measuring in at 8ft long and 32 inches deep.  The table is built out of pre-finished maple plywood for the body and solid maple for the face frames and drawers.  This was a very fun project and hope to build more like it in the future.

Stage Video Monitor

Simple stage video monitor that allows for a video display on stage with minimal interruption for the audience.  The box is constructed of poplar and painted satin black.  The design is available based on what ever display is required.