|Project by Sonu||posted 03-06-2013 09:23 AM||1020 views||2 times favorited||5 comments|
After my shoe/tool rack project, I wanted to do some more challenging and when I chanced upon some very clean maple wood lengths, that had been used as wooden casing frame of an expensive electronic machine, I immediately made up my mind to make a square dining table.
Each length is cut separately and then I played LEGO with the pieces. :)
Dimensions are 36” x 36” x 4” inches.
Its yet to be sanded or polished.
I’m not good on making legs so have outsourced the job but have started work on chairs, which again will be are of a very unique design.
Thank you Monte, Jack TWS, wdwerker & Gerardo.
I don’t have a full fledged workshop or even a working bench. I have made both of my projects in my 3rd floor apartment’s balcony which is 4 feet by 10 feet. I indeed tried my hand on table legs but the results were not worth mentioning. :)
My tools inventory is also rather limited: A jigsaw, an ANANT planer, a Random Orbital Sander, a STANLEY backsaw, STANLEY wood chisels and 10mm drill machine. In fact I had to fabricate my won MITER for diagonal cuts.
The top is rather uneven on surface and I have started sanding with 60 grit & will go further as I progress. I have no idea if I can get LIQUID GLASS in India, bcoz that is what I wanted to use for final finish.
-- Sonu, www.ariesonu.wordpress.com