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I agree. The grain looks continuous on the faces so those were made from some impressive planks of wood.
we both know that was more than likely done as a hollow core layup..
solid core would have been a mistake... no grain/split/'check/movement control...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
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Stick486, This person is so disgustingly smart, I just marvel each time a question like this or others similar, he just bang, gives a short crisp and complete answer. I think everyone on this forum should find a question to ask him, that may show he too is human. It is so great to have this kind of information, that he freely gives out. There is not another forum, that I know of, with this kind of available knowledge.
I have a question!!!! Is Stick real??? Or is it an animated encyclopedia ?
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I affectionately call @Stick486 "the librarian" - ask a question and he comes up with a plethora of information and reference material.

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Ok, what is a hollow core layup? This keeps getting more interesting.
A "plethora" lol, the 3 Amigos is an awesome movie. The older I get the funnier that movie gets.
But back to hollow core layup! I am sitting here holding my breath.
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If you make a post like this and then do the cuts, the joints will be in the corners so that it ends up looking like a solid piece of wood.
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1... Ok, what is a hollow core layup?
2... This keeps getting more interesting.
3a. A "plethora" lol, the 3 Amigos is an awesome movie.
3b. The older I get the funnier that movie gets.
4... But back to hollow core layup! I am sitting here holding my breath.
1... TenGees (Paul) covered it well...
2... good..
3a. you can't be serious...
3b. there are meds for whatever you have an onset of...
4... the core of the pedestal that you see needs to be made w/ top shelf material unless you are going rustic and what you don't see you use whatever you have laying around including plywood as backers for the ornate above and below the center section...
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This keeps getting more interesting.
you need to go read what has been referred to as the Stick and Elley thread...

Router bits for Mortise and Tenon project?

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we both know that was more than likely done as a hollow core layup..
solid core would have been a mistake... no grain/split/'check/movement control...
Definitely because there is no edge grain showing but there also aren't any laminations showing so it must have been 4 really nice thick planks mitered together. Whoever did that is very talented.
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Definitely because there is no edge grain showing but there also aren't any laminations showing so it must have been 4 really nice thick planks mitered together. Whoever did that is very talented.
could have been a FS/PS plank that was ripped and paneled back together...
no doubt about the talent...

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