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Blog series by ben updated 02-18-2008 02:46 AM 1 part 4463 reads 10 comments total

Part 1: Walnut inlays

02-18-2008 02:46 AM by ben | 10 comments »

As mentioned here, I did most of the work of building a breakfast table as part of a class. The base is sanded and ready for finishing, but the top needed more work. Inlay channels were already cut during the class, and the table departed looking like this: Still to do: cut/glue/plane walnut inlays to length, sand the top-top w/ 80 grit before routing top and bottom table edges, sand the whole top, and finish. So here is step one. My intent was to have the routing and sanding done ...

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