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Chery and Curly Maple Hall Table

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Project by CPerreault posted 579 days ago 1418 views 4 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here’s my first attempt at a table. The side and top are curly maple, the legs are cherry.






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ETwoodworks

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#1 posted 579 days ago

Beautiful table I love the colors. Welcome to LJ’s.

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#2 posted 579 days ago

nice work

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#3 posted 579 days ago

Nice lite look with those gently tapered legs.
Welcome to LJ’s, I’m looking forward to your next post.
FWIW, alot of hall tables like this have the table top edges relieved with a slight bevel to make them lighter to the eye.
Great build and good wood choices.

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BassHunter

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#4 posted 579 days ago

Looks great! I need to build me one of those!

Looks like a 2 beverage project—-might take me a few more… I’m still pretty new at this :)

Keep ‘em coming.

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Oldtool

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#5 posted 579 days ago

Very nice table, good job on the craftsmanship.

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Monte Pittman

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#6 posted 579 days ago

Simple and elegant.

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Jonathan

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#7 posted 578 days ago

A great first project to post here that appears to be well constructed and nicely finished. How did you taper the legs (tablesaw, jointer, etc.)? I like your wood combination here.

Welcome to LumberJocks! I’ll be curious to see your next project.

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CPerreault

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#8 posted 578 days ago

Thanks everyone, the top does have a round over routed on it. Those are just crappy cell pics…. The legs were made on the table saw with a tapered jig I made…

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Randy_ATX

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#9 posted 578 days ago

Welcome. Two of my favorite species of wood, combined! What dimension of lumber did you start with? 4/4 and 8/4? How deep (wide) is that top board? GrumpyMike – if you are still following, I am curious about your comment. Beveled inward, from top surface to bottom of board on all four sides? What approximate degree would be acceptable? I have one of these builds in my future.

Thanks

-- Randy -- Austin, TX by way of Northwest (Woodville), OH

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