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  1. Two leaf dining table

    Another couple and my wife and I were having dinner at a new neighbors' house when my friend commented on the quality of their 9' plastic Costco table. Our host commented that his wife hadn't found something she liked. So, Rob pipes up and says, "I can build one for you," and off I go!
  2. Design & Plans
    Hello Everyone! I am building my first live edge slab table and I am trying to figure out what I need support wise. I have a 3" thick slab of cypress that is 7' long. I like the clean look of not having an apron underneath so to help prevent any warping I found some C channels that can be set...
  3. Design & Plans
    Hi all, First and foremost I'm complete novice at anything remotely related to woodworking (it's far from my professional field), but for a fun home project, I was interested in creating a dining table by using two kitchen benchtops and pre-made metal steel legs. Each kitchen bench top...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    Howdy all! First time furniture builder here and need some advice from you experts. I am building a dining room table with a concrete top. The top is approximately 4'x8' and 2" thick. I used 8 80lb bags of concrete, so I am estimating the top to be about 700lbs. I planned on making the base...
  5. General Woodworking Discussion
    I am building a black walnut dining table and am bouncing around as to the best way to finish it. I want the dark color to not fade or yellow over time, and I want the top to be durable and able to withstand every day use in a family environment. My current thought is to use Behlen Solar-Lux...
  6. Project Showcase
    I recently got around to building myself a new dining table. I wanted to use some hot veneers on it and try a leg style that I'd never done before. The result was inspired by the Art Deco master Jacques Ruhlman and done in bubinga, pomele bubinga veneer with white aspen pinstripes. The legs...
  7. Wood Finishing
    Received an order for a Redwood Dining Table today. I am not too familiar with working with Redwood, and especially not finishing it. I don't do any spray on finishes, so apart from that I would like some suggestions from those that have experience working with Redwood, and in particular the...
  8. Design & Plans
    Hi, I am extremely new to woodworking and decided to build our dining room table :eek: I am trying to make a rather large table (8 person) however our place is quite small and I wanted to attach removable legs for an easier move down the line. I decided hanger bolts were the best route...
  9. Design & Plans
    I am trying to make a coffee table that can also convert to a dining table for my college dorm room. I was going to try to replicate the flip table (http://www.flipfurniture.com/the_flip_table.html) as they will not ship to the us purchasing it is out of the question. Although the design is...
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