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Project by olegahg posted 10-05-2017 02:32 AM 2165 views 7 times favorited 18 comments Add to Favorites Watch

The base for the table is a base from a stroke sander by “Yates” from I believe 1930. I made the top ant the feet from 2” thick black walnut.





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jbay

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#1 posted 10-05-2017 02:46 AM

That’s BadAzz! Love it,
Great Job

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#2 posted 10-05-2017 03:28 AM

Very cool!!!

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#3 posted 10-05-2017 08:27 AM

Nice table…I’ll bet your wife wouldn’t let you bring it in the house…..

-- Larry in Hawaii,

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#4 posted 10-05-2017 08:39 AM

That’s awesome. Really liking these unique table bases!

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#5 posted 10-05-2017 09:27 AM

It may not be the most complex project I have seen on LJ, but it is definitely one of the coolest! Thank you for sharing.

-- - George: Richland, Washington

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#6 posted 10-05-2017 12:02 PM

Love it! I want one.

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#7 posted 10-05-2017 01:04 PM

That is awesome. I wouldn’t want to have to move it… but it is awesome.

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#8 posted 10-05-2017 01:39 PM

i really like the warm wood next to the cold steel, great job

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#9 posted 10-05-2017 02:57 PM

That’s what I call a heavy duty table. Does the table raise up and down? When we were in the molding business we had a machine shop and we bought these old machines to get mechanical assemblies off of them to use on special machines. Most things like this we bought at auctions for a fraction of their original cost.

helluvawreck aka Charles
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olegahg

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#10 posted 10-05-2017 03:03 PM



Nice table…I ll bet your wife wouldn t let you bring it in the house…..

- Hawaiilad


I actually would not fit in my kitchen, but i wish

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olegahg

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#11 posted 10-05-2017 03:03 PM


Nice table…I ll bet your wife wouldn t let you bring it in the house…..

- Hawaiilad

it actually would not fit in my kitchen, but i wish

- olegahg


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olegahg

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#12 posted 10-05-2017 03:05 PM



That s awesome. Really liking these unique table bases!

- rpete


Yeah I got lucky on this one

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olegahg

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#13 posted 10-05-2017 03:05 PM



i really like the warm wood next to the cold steel, great job

- Notw


thanks

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olegahg

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#14 posted 10-05-2017 03:06 PM



It may not be the most complex project I have seen on LJ, but it is definitely one of the coolest! Thank you for sharing.

- georgieporgie


thanks

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olegahg

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#15 posted 10-05-2017 03:07 PM



That s what I call a heavy duty table. Does the table raise up and down? When we were in the molding business we had a machine shop and we bought these old machines to get mechanical assemblies off of them to use on special machines. Most things like this we bought at auctions for a fraction of their original cost.

helluvawreck aka Charles
http://woodworkingexpo.wordpress.com
unfortunately the gears were broken and I didn’t want to put more money in to it. so no it doesn’t work.

- helluvawreck

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