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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-13-2019, 12:31 AM
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Your brother should be happy with the table David & it will last him a very long time too. James.
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How did you attach the breadboard ends?
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Great looking piece David. One question, is the end board slotted into the table/bench. I think they call it a breadboard end?
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Nice table and bench. Good photo progression of the build.

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I didn't do the breadboard the consensus correct way. I just biscuited them on.
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so you glued edge to end grain with no mechanical fasteners other than the biscuits?
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Wow looks great, I need to make a couple of those but they will be a lot smaller, I have to make them 1/87th scale for our model HO train display.
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