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The Craftsman's Path #55: Modern Shaker Table - Completion

01-21-2009 11:04 PM by Mark Mazzo | 0 comments »

After the glue up I moved on to sanding and finishing tasks. The details are covered in my latest blog post along with pictures of the finished product. Take a look and let me know what you think. Thanks for reading!

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The Craftsman's Path #54: Modern Shaker Table - String Inlay and Glue Up

01-18-2009 05:38 AM by Mark Mazzo | 7 comments »

I moved on to milling and installing the string inlay on the table before gluing it up and readying it for finish. Take a look at the latest post on my blog for the details. Thanks for reading!

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The Craftsman's Path #52: Modern Shaker Table - Making the Aprons

01-07-2009 04:55 AM by Mark Mazzo | 0 comments »

With the tapered legs complete, I moved on to the arched aprons. There’s a slight complication in making these so that the legs will ultimately splay out by 2 degrees. I cover all of the details in this post on my blog. Thanks for reading!

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The Craftsman's Path #50: Modern Shaker Table - Making the Tapered Legs

12-10-2008 12:59 AM by Mark Mazzo | 2 comments »

With the rough stock for this table acclimated to my shop for a week or so, I started this project as I usually do, by viewing all of the stock and marking out all of the components for best grain use, etc. The first order of business was to make the tapered and splayed legs from 8/4 stock. The details along with pictures are in the latest post at my blog. Thanks for reading!

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The Craftsman's Path #49: Modern Saker Table - The Design Process

11-30-2008 06:22 PM by Mark Mazzo | 3 comments »

Deviating from more traditional pieces, I was asked to design and build a table with more modern styling. I started the design process by evaluating the constraints and developing some ideas in my sketchbook before moving on to a more refined design in SKetchup. You can take a look at the latest post on my blog for more details. Thanks for reading!

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