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round shadow box table #1: Round Military Shadowbox table

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Blog entry by woody1492 posted 608 days ago 1623 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Hy Fellow Lumber Jocks and Guests.

Here are a few pictures with 2 coats of the Rust-Oleum Ultimate Wood Stain American Walnut. I like the way it coats and provides a uniform color. Still more work to do on the table with fine sanding before the clear is applied.
Please contact me through this post or woody1492@live.com if you have questions or would like a table like this, one you saw on the internet, or have another design in mind. This one is based on a picture my client provided.

Thanks for looking.
Enjoy.

Woody1492

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Hey everyone.

I did some more modifications on the drawer front because I was not happy with the bottom not being flush with the table bottom. The modifications set me back about 16 hours, but I am happy with the results.

The sanding is mostly done on the table and I started staining the top with Rust-oleum American Walnut Stain the top is shown with 1 coat.
As always, comments are appreciated. Hope you like it.
Woody1492
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Here are some of the latest pictures with the bottom shelf, and inside piece mounted. The drawer extends out almost 2 feet for military challenge coins.
Hope you like it.
Thanks for looking

Woody1492

Hey fellow lumber jocks. My latest project is a round table that someone from the Air Force had asked me to build for her retirement. It is coming along, but hasn’t been without its challenges along the way. This is my first round table. I hope you like what you see so far. The finished table in the pictures is what the design is based on.

I still have to install the bottom shelf and the center part that the flag box and everything goes in. Then I am going to sand it down to 220 before staining.

The inside and the drawer will have blue velvet like my previous projects and the table will get an African Mahogany color stain.
Please feel free to comment and let me know what you think.

Woody1492



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AJswoodshop

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#1 posted 608 days ago

Really nice! Make sure you do a lot of sanding, so the finish comes on really good.

AJ

-- If I can do it.....so can you! -AJswoodshop

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woody1492

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#2 posted 608 days ago

Thanks a lot. I will sand the table with 220 grit after I make my way down from the 100 and 150 I used on it already.

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woody1492

31 posts in 1354 days


#3 posted 604 days ago

Here are some of the latest pictures with the bottom shelf, and inside piece mounted. The drawer extends out almost 2 feet for military challenge coins.
Hope you like it.
Thanks for looking

Woody1492

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