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Tree branch side table

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Project by bowtangles posted 09-14-2015 09:58 PM 2339 views 7 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I tried my hand at building a side table out of tree branches, a stump and some smaller disks cut out of tree trunks. This was a complete learning experience for me as a novice, but turned out way better then I ever anticipated and I learned so much.





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#1 posted 09-15-2015 12:22 AM

very cool!
How well does it balance or stand up to weight?

-- Greg Simon

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bowtangles

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#2 posted 09-15-2015 12:34 AM

It’s is level, balanced out and can hold a decent amount. It is slightly top heavy, but not enough to throw it off.

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#3 posted 09-15-2015 12:44 AM

Cool table, well until you drop something into a crevasse haha

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#4 posted 09-15-2015 03:21 AM

Extremely unique and great looking. I assume you are going to put a glass top on it.

-- Respectfully, Paul

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#5 posted 09-15-2015 09:13 AM

I couldn’t tell which part looks better – the top or stand below. Excellent natural wood shaped project.Very unique.

-- Ivan, Croatia, Wooddicted

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bowtangles

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#6 posted 09-15-2015 09:29 AM

@paul for now I’m leaving it with out glass, but it is a possibility down the line if I feel it’s needed.

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#7 posted 09-15-2015 05:23 PM

Very neat table. Nice work. How is the top attached to the base? It looks like the small disks are attached to some sort of substrate that is attached to the base but I can’t tell what it is. Thanks for sharing.

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bowtangles

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#8 posted 09-15-2015 08:14 PM

@mattkrusen The disks are glued then nailed to a round piece of press board, I then used a dremmel tool to shape the edge of the press board to fallow the dips and curves of the disks. That was then screwed to the larger center spindle, and the rest were nailed into place with a nail gun.

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#9 posted 09-15-2015 08:15 PM

Thanks for all the positive feed back every one!

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#10 posted 09-15-2015 11:18 PM

WOW…...............outstanding project. I love it!!

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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