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Project by Neil Rokos posted 1366 days ago 1047 views 2 times favorited 11 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a table that sits under our flat screen, the satelite receiver is on one side and a DVD player on the other. The wood is Roasted Curly Maple(not stained) and Walnut. I am currently working on a coffee table to match.





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#1 posted 1366 days ago

Wow what gorgeous wood, it absolutely glows in the pictures.
Really sharp looking table and obviously well made.
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#2 posted 1366 days ago

Beautiful wood. The contrasting colors compliment each other nicely.

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#3 posted 1366 days ago

Fantastic table!! What is Roasted Curly Maple and how do you “roast” it?

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#4 posted 1366 days ago

Nice Unit.
What do you mean by Roasted.
Thanks
Jamie

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#5 posted 1366 days ago

Looks good. Very nicely done. Thanks for posting.

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tom

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#6 posted 1366 days ago

That’s a very nice design and the wood is beautiful.

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#7 posted 1365 days ago

Unique design and beautiful wood.

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#8 posted 1365 days ago

Cool table! I really like the roasted curly maple and I think the walnut complements it nicely. I’m looking forward to seeing the matching coffee table as well.

Here’s some info. on roasted curly maple, for those interested in the process:
http://sharpslumber.com/caramelizedmaple.html

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#9 posted 1365 days ago

Unique table

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#10 posted 1365 days ago

Great looking table!

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#11 posted 1365 days ago

Some people have been asking me what Roasted Curly Maple is, it is sometimes call Carmalized. The process is to dry the wood to about 4% moisture content, then put it in an oven at 370 degrees F. for about 4 hours. Any wood put through this process takes on a dark color through out the sample. If anyone wanted to try this on their own, I am sure your spouses would not mind you throwing in a piece with the Christmas turkey!!

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