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I Make a Dining Table

It’s hefty as well as large, as well as I make a table from it.

In this video clip, I make a 96″ (2.5 m) table from a piece of recovered Oregon Black Walnut as well as epoxy material. A couple of ups as well as downs via this develop, however ultimately, everything exercises. I wish you take pleasure in the construct, allow me understand if I can do much better.

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Products made use of in this develop:
Deep put epoxy:
Table legs:
Angle mill:
Track saw:
Table leading epoxy (touch-ups/fast):
CA adhesive:
Threaded inserts:
Festool sander:
Roundover little bit:
Lightstick (currently $55):
Harmonize sandpaper:
Rubio Monocoat:
Treasure barrier:
Digital photography light (comparable):
White rubbing pads:
Furnishings screws:
Cordless router:

Relevant video clips as well as blog sites:
Email signup:
Track saw jig:
Exactly how to end up a table:
Elm workdesk construct:

0:00 Intro
1:17 Awkwardly dumping
2:20 Tip for dealing with customers
3:15 Track saw and also track saw option
4:55 Removing bark as well as rot
7:01 Sealing sides and also leading with epoxy
9:14 Properly determining color
10:53 Second epoxy put
12:00 Turtle tale
12:55 Flatting epoxy table
14:35 New table base
16:00 Rotex sander vs belt sander vs coating sander
16:48 Table ending up
18:35 Rare cameo
19:01 Delivery day
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