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The table.

Hello guys.
I want to make it a table.
Table sliding.
Any council.
the mechanism without metal.
Спасибо.
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Hello guys.
I want to make it a table.
Table sliding.
Any council.
the mechanism without metal.
Спасибо.
I think that looks great. Different style to what we normally see here, but I really like it. Think the copper looks good also, even although you want to do it without. Could be done with spray, or more difficult with metal spinning.

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Nice work so far. Will there be a single leaf insert or two?





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Nice work so far. Will there be a single leaf insert or two?





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Only one insert.
Length of 2 foots. (standard seat)
In the moved apart condition on 10 persons.
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Cabinetman, you one believe in me.
I do this table at own risk.
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I like the table top and the mechanicals of the slide out. But no offense them legs creep me out.

When it's rustic......it's rustic
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You do very nice work R.J.

Mission accomplished!
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I like the table top and the mechanicals of the slide out. But no offense them legs creep me out.
-Perhaps a nod to historic Russian architecture?




I think they are quite impressive.
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-Perhaps a nod to historic Russian architecture?




I think they are quite impressive.


It is the Italian design.
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It is the Italian design.
Goes to show you that I'm a bad example of an Italian. Lol.

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Very well done.. Impressive!
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Nice work. I had a customer that wanted me to build him a table that was 9' long and 4' wide out of 5/4 maple with no leaf, just one solid piece.

Check out some of my custom stairs
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The table looks great, nice work. I like those sawhorses too, how sturdy are they?
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The table looks great, nice work. I like those sawhorses too, how sturdy are they?





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Quite nice.
Why not stain the extenders to match the apron, or add aprons to the filler-board, for a finished look in extended-mode?
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