|Project by Mikesawdust||posted 05-17-2016 01:58 PM||803 views||1 time favorited||6 comments|
This is for our upcoming charity auction. One of my friends from the woodshop recovered the wood from a dead tree in his yard and gave me this piece for the project. The wood was book matched for the top and pairs of legs are matched pieces. I used the glow in the dark powder and epoxy to fill voids and bar top epoxy for the top of the table. The legs are splayed at 25 and 12 degrees (this was mainly because of the lengths of wood I had left for them and I wanted the rustic look) and both legs and the top are natural edge. I did add a piece of sapele as the stretcher, to help stabilize the build. The joinery is just pocket holes from the inside of the leg faces.