Well the outfeed table is now complete. I put a coat of sanding sealer and a couple coats of clear satin poly on it.I am pleased with how it came out and I am glad I took the time to put a quick finsih on it. Thanks for reading along.
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Here is a pick of the table frame after putting it together: The stretchers fit into the dados in the legs I put the lower stretcher almost on the floor because I want to put a couple cabinets in there with some drawers and shelves. ...
I have needed to build an outfeed table for over a year. I also am tired of using my table saw as a workbench. I replaced my stairs last year with a new set of oak stairs. I saved as much of the lumber as I could from the old stairs. I decided to...
On November 16th—20th I attending the Intro to furniture building class at the Vermont Woodworking School. It was a 4 day school about 8 hours a day. I built a Shaker Cherry Side Hall Table while there. The shop is an old restored barn. I...