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post #1 of 9 Old 11-08-2012, 07:35 AM Thread Starter
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Farm Table

I was at a flea market a couple of weeks ago and got these four post for $20. cut them down and made a pine top farm table with them.
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Wow, great work! That turned out beautifully
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Nice job on the table.

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That looks really nice! Great re-use of materials too. Dig it.
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Flea markets are such a haven for amazing things!
Your table is strikingly impressive.
Well done.
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Thanks guys, not a hitchcock but pretty cool. Ended up selling it, only took one day.
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Beautiful!!
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Great Table (One Question though)

I would like to build something like this, but want to be able to attach a screw-on meat grinder when processing time rolls around. I plan on using it for cutting, basically it will be used for way more than just eating on. I have heard pine is too soft for work like that. Would I be better off using a harder wood for the table top? Thank you
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post #9 of 9 Old 11-09-2012, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
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I'm doing another pine top right now. If you did use pine go with 1 1/2 inch instead of 1 inch. I want to get more into reclaimed and thicker woods.
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