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had some left over materials from some poker table builds so I slapped together a side table for the wife's reading chair, although the top is the new rage of being padded it is however padded with extremely high density foam so the top is extremely hard. Dark Mocha stain matches the leather top.


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That looks great. The upholstery looks good. How did you get the legs that shape? Did you cut them that way, or bend them?

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That looks great. The upholstery looks good. How did you get the legs that shape? Did you cut them that way, or bend them?

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thanks Granur, ya they were rough cut on band saw and cleaned up with router
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Very nice.
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Outstanding.

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I can’t over your skillset Tony. Your killing me here !

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Tony, what was your occupation? I’m guessing engineering?

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
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Tony, what was your occupation? Iím guessing engineering?
you nailed it...Fabrication engineer....
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Darn better than good work!!!!
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Very stylish, but I cant get my head around a padded table (lol)
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