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You'er Welcome Tour

You may want to resize them just a bit, it's hard to see your fine work.

Bj :)


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Thanks Bob. I keep them stored on a host and wasn't at my pc but I have them now
 

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Hi Tour

I knew I was going to get in trouble for saying that :) :) :)

This is just my 2 cents and this is just IMO

I would cover the side of the plywood with some real oak banding and drill the holes just a bit deeper for the rods and nuts and plug the hole with some walnut plugs.

They look great now but in time they will be real hard to keep clean. :) :)
Just one more thing I would put some 3/8" x 2" x 2" walnut or plastic under each corner of the legs, most floors are not level,this will help with the rocking. :)

Bj :)
 

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laughing...I take critism very well Bob...you are right. It was to keep my wood working table in the shop. The only way I got t o keep it was it was too heave for my g/f to carry by herself :D
I put danish oil on the base part and butcher block oil on the top
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Nice work Mystry. What's the timber? And is that recess where the guy puts his chin before you bring down the chopper? :rolleyes:
 

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Hi Geordie,
It white oak and walnut. The recess is for the scraps from makeing salids and the little pan slides out. It's a neat desine I wanted to try and the misses loved it. The finish is danish oil in the base and butcher block oil on the top....glad you like it
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very nice job,sir...and some very nice suggestions as well!! thanks to all!
 
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