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Very nicely done, Frank! Do you also make the legs/pedestals?

You should add your website to your signature line. We know you're not trying to push your work on us for purchase, just showing us your work. Show us your shop sometime!

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Very nicely done, Frank! Do you also make the legs/pedestals?

You should add your website to your signature line. We know you're not trying to push your work on us for purchase, just showing us your work. Show us your shop sometime!

David
Thank you, David....I will add it to my signature....and no, I'm definitely not pushing any product here. My biz is local only because freight shipping is a killer. I do not make the peds...I buy them raw and finish them the way my customers want them. I do build the stretchers between the peds though.
As for my shop - I really don't have one, if you can believe that. Just a one car garage that gets smaller and smaller (storage issues).......so I do all my work in my driveway. Luckily, there really isnt a lot of tools involved in building a poker table. Primarily, a jigsaw......all my cuts are free hand.
 

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Wow.... In a driveway. Fabulous stuff you are doing. Joked aside, when the weather is good, dust isn't a problem and lighting can be either good or bad..... bad being blinded by the light colors of the wood. Regardless, that is really nice. I don't gamble. I just plan on giving away money so the casino can afford their electric bill.
 

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Wow.... In a driveway. Fabulous stuff you are doing. Joked aside, when the weather is good, dust isn't a problem and lighting can be either good or bad..... bad being blinded by the light colors of the wood. Regardless, that is really nice. I don't gamble. I just plan on giving away money so the casino can afford their electric bill.
Thanks, Ranman! Yes...I do enjoy working outdoors, though a roomy shop would be nice during the winter season....nothing a pop-up canopy and an extra sweater can't handle!
 

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Nobody's asked yet but all or most want to know -- how long did it take and what were you able to sell it for? Super Super nice work!!!
 
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