|Project by Jim Jakosh||posted 08-28-2016 04:39 PM||940 views||4 times favorited||49 comments|
This is a walnut table that I was asked to build for our church. It will be used to hold the urn during a funeral mass. It had to be walnut to match all the other furniture.
The top has a 91” radius on the front as does the front apron with the cross. The cross is inlaid with turquoise and it was routed in on Randy’s, the High School shop teacher’s, CNC router . Thanks, Randy!!!!
The aprons are doweled to the legs and they pulled together with pocket screws and glue. The leg assembly is doweled to the top and joined with 8 pocket screws.
It is 16” x 20”x 30” high. The legs are 1 1/2” and tapered to 1 1/4” on two sides.
It is finished with satin polyurethane and scuff waxed.
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