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Project by Jacquelyn Smith posted 266 days ago 1541 views 6 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here is the latest project coming out of the shop. I designed this dining table for a computer engineer. The table reflects a lifetime of work and success.
Alder is the main table, 2 3/4” thick. Walnut, American Cherry, English Beech and Jatoba inlay. It is about 42” wide, 85 3/4” long and 29” high with adjusters.

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#1 posted 266 days ago

What a great design idea.
Very nice subtle inlays.
I like it.

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#2 posted 266 days ago

this is so cool, thanks for sharing

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#3 posted 266 days ago

Very nice work Jacquelyn, this must have been a fun build. With a 2 3/4” top you must have got a real workout moving that table around!

-- Paul--- Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. — Scott Adams

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#4 posted 266 days ago

Really a cool design.


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#5 posted 266 days ago

Looks great!

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#6 posted 266 days ago

I love this. Great job!


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#7 posted 266 days ago


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#8 posted 266 days ago

Wow, what a perfect design for a computer engineer – or lots of other people too.

-- Mike from Lansdowne, PA

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#9 posted 266 days ago

It’s a really good idea and it turned out nicely. It will be quite a conversation piece.

helluvawreck aka Charles

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#10 posted 265 days ago

Love this. I also looked at your other projects and saw another table. You commented on the other table how you attached the legs with straps. I recently inquired about attaching similar legs to a table top, in a different forum for an office table I am designing for myself. Any chance you have a photo or sketch of the stapping to share? It would be most helpful.

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

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#11 posted 265 days ago

One of the most creative pieces ive seen on LJs

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#12 posted 265 days ago

Beautiful job.


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#13 posted 265 days ago

Great design and wonderful construction!

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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#14 posted 265 days ago

The geek in me is drooling over this, hope that finish is waterproof! Really cool design

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#15 posted 265 days ago

Man, that’s a great looking table! You did an awesome job. Thanks for posting


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