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Wenge and Sapele rough blanks to be used for the legs.
Wenge leg section being shaped on the Bandsaw with the help of a jig.
Smoothing the leg blank on the Jointer.
Hand sanding each leg blank one
at a time.
Creating a rounded edge on
the router table, with the help
of a jig.
Gluing together the leg with a
strap clamp and other
Using the Mortising machine for joinery to attach the legs to the rails.
Gluing together leg sections with the help of a strap and pipe clamp.
Gluing the table legs and rails together. The cross pipe clamp is used to help keep the table square.. Very important
especially with glass going into the top.
All four legs put together just for the fun of it. Not glued !!!
The last gluing of the top frame to the table base. The frame, made of Sapele will hold the glass top.
Apprentice "Avery" watching glue dry.. he's good at that.........
Ginger, showing off the completion of the table before it gets it's final sanding, and then three coats of sprayed conversion
varnish... and finally the glass dropped in... softly.
All pieces shown are available for "Custom" reproduction including
dimensions, choice of woods and even design. Joel would be happy to
work with you to design the exact piece you are looking for.
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