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Outdoor Table Finished!

04-06-2016 02:52 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

The outdoor table has finally been finished and now ready for use. Check out all this past weeks Vlogs for build steps and please subscribe for daily videos!

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Really Simple Outdoor Table-Pt 1

04-01-2016 08:14 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 1 comment »

Easy made side table for a porch or just to sit next to some chairs. Next is the mortises and finishing.

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End Table #1: Plans and materials

04-01-2016 05:22 PM by Tony19 | 1 comment »

I’ve finished planing and getting ready to build my table. My material list is in the photo above and the plans as well. The total board feet is 8.9 ft squared. I will have about 2 months to complete it and it’s gonna be the best freakin end table Tooch has ever seen. On Monday I will begin building my legs and the aprons of the table.

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How to Build a Simple Sharpening Station

03-29-2016 08:58 AM by JordsWoodShop | 0 comments »

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8TZf3psYDM In this video I show you how I built this very simple sharpening station while trying out a few new methods along the way.

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Plant stand #1: Small table for potted plants

03-02-2016 03:46 AM by BJODay | 2 comments »

My daughter asked me to make her a small, narrow table to fit in front of her window to hold some potted plants. So the mandolin project is on hold for a few weeks. I have lots of red oak left over from my last project, (I try to buy more than I need). I do not have final dimensions yet but I know it will be about 30” wide, 30” high and 9”-12” deep. Here is my simple guide. I know some members of this forum don’t like biscuit joints. I find them useful. I o...

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Barnsley Reproduction Build #26: Butterfly Mortises

02-15-2016 09:55 PM by stevo_wis | 5 comments »

Butterfly Mortises I know it has been a while but I am finally back to my table build. The top of the table has 20 butterflies mortised into the top. In the original piece, these went all the way through the top and may have actually helped to hold the top together, but it is more likely that they were probably just decorative, as Barnsley has used them in several pieces. My friends all warned me that it would be much better to just rout a quarter inch deep or so, as going through ...

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SUPER COOL SIDE TABLE

02-14-2016 06:00 PM by AceWoodworking | 0 comments »

Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/PRtudN-aHUo

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Cocobolo and Leopardwood Table : Process pics. #5: Shaping the Legs

02-07-2016 04:03 AM by jeth | 1 comment »

hello all.. Now, having got the parts of the basic structure ready I wanted to get this glued up solid before fitting the parts that form the drawer pocket so I needed to get the legs shaped. Apart from the use of the Cocobolo panels the legs were the only other part I was fairly certain of once I knew this would be a table. I had seen some legs I liked and which seemed like they would fit here. I had a photo of the piece that sported those legs and imported it into sketchup. I used th...

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Cocobolo and Leopardwood Table : Process pics. #4: Apron Frame & Front Rail Joinery

02-04-2016 07:51 PM by jeth | 4 comments »

Hello all (echo,o,o,o) several hundred “reads”, no comments, so either you’re all riveted to your seats awaiting the next installment, or that’s several hundred open page, scroll down a bit, go read something more interesting. Not wanting to leave this half way through I shall proceed with the upper aron frames and front rail joinery. The apron panels were to be framed with pieces of leopardwood. Here you can see the top pieces which are grooved to fit onto a rabbe...

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Cocobolo and Leopardwood Table : Process pics. #2: Apron Panels and a Start to the Legs

02-01-2016 04:12 PM by jeth | 5 comments »

Hello all, things have been deathly quiet on the first installment of this blog, which I started due to interest on the project I posted here. Having started, I should go on, so in this post I’ll show how the remaining veneered panels for the table aprons and the legs came together. Here is the substrate for one of the small side apron panels being planed up, with the thick re-sawn veneer that would be stuck to it. The substrate is a piece of Primavera and I did not back it with a ...

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