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Project by Mike posted 700 days ago 1961 views 2 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here’s a quick and useful end table I made on my new table saw.





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wunderaa

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#1 posted 700 days ago

Really nice work! I love the grain pattern of the apron.

Great taste in furniture, great taste in beer!

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Mauricio

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#2 posted 700 days ago

very nice, I live the grain on that wood.

-- Mauricio - Woodstock, GA - "Confusion is the Womb of Learning, with utter conviction being it's Tomb" Prof. T.O. Nitsch

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will delaney

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#3 posted 700 days ago

Very nicely made! You deserve a nice Ale for this one.

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Mike

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#4 posted 700 days ago

Thank you everyone. This is my first real woodworking project I’ve ever done. Everything else I’ve ever done was finish carpentry, flooring, out-buildings, etc. I needed an end table to rest a beer on, and after looking at stuff made overseas, and mass produced items I figured I might as well try to make my own. This table made from pine from Home Depot, the legs are made prom ripped down 2X4’s haha. This was my first try at tapered legs as well as a glued table top. It was so much fun, I went out and got a slab of Black Walnut. I cant wait to start the new one.

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alekhine

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#5 posted 700 days ago

Great work for the first project. I liked the finish, what did you use?
Also so good looking legs from 2×4s.
I can’t either wait to see your second one with the walnut…

-- Efe Yaparoglu ,Izmir.... Not getting what u wished is a sign that there is something better behind.

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DocSavage45

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#6 posted 700 days ago

The grain got me!

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher

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Mike

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#7 posted 693 days ago

For the finish I used Minwax “Puritan Pine” stain, and then 4 coats of oil based poly (satin). I’m looking forward to trying an oil finish on the next one.

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camps764

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#8 posted 260 days ago

dude, that grain on the sides/front is dynamite!

-- Steve

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