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New table. I used curly maple for the top and walnut for the edge banding. The legs are soft maple. I used linseed oil / Polyurethane for a finish.
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#1 posted 10-08-2011 02:47 AM
Very nice work Paul. You didn’t mention the species of wood you used or the finish. Sorry if I’ asking too many questions but the contrast in woods is wonderful.
#2 posted 10-08-2011 02:51 AM
I used curly maple for the top and walnut for the edge banding. The legs are soft maple
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#3 posted 10-08-2011 02:06 PM
Paul, how did you join the boards of the tabletop together? Also, how did you attach the edge banding?
#4 posted 10-08-2011 02:55 PM
I used biscuits glue and Kreg screws. I works well.
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#5 posted 10-09-2011 06:42 AM
It is a very beautiful table. I love the mix of woods.
-- Vicki on the Eastern Shore of MD
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#6 posted 10-09-2011 06:43 AM
-- If you're going to stir the pot, think BIG spoon or SMALL boat paddle. David Grimes, Georgia
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#7 posted 10-10-2011 01:18 AM
Sharp looking project,real nice work
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#8 posted 07-24-2014 06:53 PM
Very nice looking. I am trying to understand how some people seem to get away with designs like this, while others have problems with wood movement. Does your design allow any flexibility on the ends where grain is perpendicular? I am not trying to criticize, this is something I don’t fully understand.
-- Billy, Florence SC
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