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Finally completed the hall table for wife. This is the first time I glued up Walnut and had a slight "cup" in the finished board. When I used the round over bit in the router, I did not have a reveal in the middle of the board on both ends. The cup was about 1/16", so I clamped a 2x4 about 1 foot from the end to flatten the top. I ran though the router table again was able to get the reveal I wanted. The cup was not bad as you cannot see it unless you lay a straight edge across the board. Top is 14" deep and 48" long. Wife already has it loaded with "stuff".

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That's a really nice piece of furniture. Good solution on that cupping, it certainly isn't apparent.

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Nice design Frank. It's straight lines fit perfectly with the paneled or wainscotted wall behind it.

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Nice design ,and wow does the top look beautiful
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Nice table Frank.

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Good job, Frank,I like the walnut,and love the design.
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I really like your table..
a lot..

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Beautiful design; beautifully crafted! Sort of an Oriental feel to the look.
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