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Project by Niall mMc Keown posted 954 days ago 4717 views 61 times favorited 53 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I had a lot of plywood scraps from my last project and decided to build this table.
The top is made from left over veneer.
It took about a pint of glue to put it together and a lot of shaping and sanding.

http://designagainstthegrain.com

-- Niall, California, http://www.designagainstthegrain.com





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SASmith

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#1 posted 954 days ago

I like what you have done here.
The feet are very nice.
Thanks for the post.

Welcome to lumberjocks.

-- Scott Smith, Southern Illinois

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Kevin_WestCO

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#2 posted 954 days ago

Welcome to Lumberjocks.

Very cool project!

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cplant

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#3 posted 954 days ago

i like your design…only having the two front legs, very cool

-- "...if america is any indication, i was born into one great big vacation...." RMB

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mgb_2x

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#4 posted 954 days ago

Awesome, great work, may I ask what type of plywood you used?

-- "aim small miss small" m g breedlove

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PurpLev

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#5 posted 954 days ago

that is truly ingenious!

beautiful work and a great way to utilize all those small cutoffs from plywood.

Thanks for planting ideas!

-- ㊍ When in doubt - There is no doubt - Go the safer route.

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Kelen

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#6 posted 954 days ago

That table is truly beautiful! I’ve never seen plywood look so good. This project will definitely be at the top of the Top 15 in no time! Thanks for sharing.

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thedude50

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#7 posted 954 days ago

OK ill ask the obvious question how is it held up two legs will tip over is there a cleat or it simply leans up on the wall.
very unique a 5 star out of 5 for originality

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mmh

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#8 posted 954 days ago

Beautiful piece from scraps!

-- "They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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Woodbridge

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#9 posted 954 days ago

The table looks great. That is a very interesting use of plywood leftovers. Like the other comments I am amazed at how good you were able to make plywood look. Thanks for sharing your very creative work.

-- Peter, Woodbridge, Ontario

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#10 posted 954 days ago

Now that is something you don’t see every day!
Really cool.

-- Having fun...Eric

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bobasaurus

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#11 posted 954 days ago

Fantastic work! Was all the shaping done visually with rasps/files? I’m not sure how you’d get the legs / skirt to be so symmetric. What finish did you use?

-- Allen, Colorado

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#12 posted 954 days ago

I like. well exacuted

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ShaneA

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#13 posted 954 days ago

Really, really cool. Great looking table, I like how it is shaped. Very well done.

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Niall mMc Keown

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#14 posted 954 days ago

I used 3/4” euro ply and tight bond type type II glue.
I had a problem with the veneer it was pretty dried out
But 30 minutes in a warm damp towel made it less brittle.

The veneer had no paper backer just raw veneer, so i wet glued both the veneer and plywood sub straight.
I used lots of c clamps and hoped for the best..
I used the bandsaw to do most of the rough work then a disc sander, and finally files.

Thank you all for the feed back!!

-- Niall, California, http://www.designagainstthegrain.com

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tomd

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#15 posted 953 days ago

Beautiful unique design, very clever use of materials and excellent craftsmanship.

-- Tom D

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