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That's very "Sturdy" looking. Love the wood grain.
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Great looking design and build! Is that for your personal use or a client? Thanks for sharing, and be safe.
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That''s gorgeous!!

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Great looking design and build! Is that for your personal use or a client? Thanks for sharing, and be safe.
Thanks, This went to a designer, wish I could have kept it...

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What's the construction?

Is the top plywood or glued up sock and the same for the legs? How did you attach the legs to the top? Are they removable for transport? More details would be great!:smile3:
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Is the top plywood or lued up sock and the same for the legs? How did you attach the legs to the top? Are they removable for transport? More details would be great!:smile3:
The table is White Birch veneer on double 3/4" plywood.

The legs have feet? (solid White Birch) top and bottom, and are screwed to the oval top, which are removable for transport.

Finish is Transtint dye/vinyl sealer/pre cat lacquer.

I also have plans for my circle jig available upon request...
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