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  1. Project Showcase
    2 end tables I made recently. One with classic quarter dawn white oak and other is Wenge with curly maple/cherry inlay.
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi, All! I have a round walnut slab approximately 36" in diameter. What I'd like to achieve, is an end table...flattened and oiled, with a bowtie key or two. That said, I'm looking for some advice on the flattening piece of the job. How would you recommend I go about getting this thing very...
  3. Project Showcase
    This End Table matches the shelf from a few weeks ago – see last step of video. As with the shelf, the design is simple, easy to make and is relatively low cost (under $25). As with the shelf, the design is very beefy and should hold up to any abuse you would like to throw at it. Video of...
  4. Project Showcase
    This Mesquite end table I wanted to get a little creative so I inlayed crushed glass, ironpyrite and a geode in the top and used a custom mix of stain for a red color then put two coats of Tung oil and poly for the finish. For the base I welded round stock steel to get the look of branches, the...
  5. General Woodworking Discussion
    Before my grandpa passed, friend of his had given him a bunch of black walnut pieces that he had as from his days making grips for bow and arrows. My grandpa was the kind craftsman that anyone interested in the trade would aspire to be; An absolute magician, I see all the houses, furniture...
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