|Project by Darrell Peart||posted 17 days ago||1034 views||9 times favorited||27 comments|
This three legged table has been on my back burner for several months – it’s a continuation of my rafter tail series.
Often the challenge with odd angles is achieving even clamping pressure – it usually involves a lot of extra clamps to bring things back in line and eliminate gaps – with my new CNC machine, I made clamping cauls that allowed for precise even clamping – very little fussing and no gaps between the legs and rails.
The ends of the rafter tails took a little extra hand work to produce the angled ends.
Along with the fused glass top – I made a wood top from spalted ohai
-- Darrell Peart - Seattle - www.furnituremaker.com - author G&G Design Elements for the Workshop