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post #1 of 11 Old 12-28-2007, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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Unusual tables I've made

Over the past few years, I have made a few small tables for my family and all are a bit unusual. I use exotic wood and special cutting/glueing techniques. Each one is a fun project and my wife loves them





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Wow, those are awesome. What do you generally use as a finish?

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It depends on the table, some I used the 2 part epoxy that forms a thick finish. I'm not to good at that. Most I use a urathane and sometimes I use pumice to smooth it down.
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Cool

Awesome... just plain awesome tables!!
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Beautiful designs.

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Very attractive. I especially like the last two.
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WOW! Great work.

Did you say tool sale?
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Those are some amasing tables you've made there!

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I am a wood lover and hate to NOT use all of the wood provided. That is why I made tables like that. Even small pieces can become something of beauty.
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definitely talent, hope to arrive at tha state one day.
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