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Scotty

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Hi all

Here are some pics of my table, all sanded and covered in danish oil :D .









I can post some more pics if you like from beginning to end, let me know .
Hope you all like the pics.

SCOTT :D
 

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Scott,

Very nice, your own design? What are the timbers ?

Scotty":2evkiwnz said:
I can post some more pics if you like from beginning to end, let me know .
Well I say yes please but then I love to see what the rest of you are doing and how you did it. :shock:
 
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Scott

that is a really nice job there :wink: We would definitely like to see the full work in progress photo-story; we even started a new forum recently just for those types of posts. Please post the lot :wink: :)
 

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DaveL":3gin8sol said:
What are the timbers ?
My question exactly :)

Looks like a beautiful job, and I particularly like the exposed joinery.
 

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Scotty, what a very nice table. We certainly would like to see some wip pictures.

Regards

Woody
 

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Scotty,

When you frst showed pics of this in glue up way back, I was sceptical about that sapwood in the walnut.

I was wrong - looks great - well done. Some really nice detailing as well.

Look forward to the other pics

Cheers

Tim
 

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Same here,
I had my doubts about the sapwood but it looks wonderful with a finish, a nice "swoosh" which adds a lot of movement.
Very nice work!
Frank
 

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Scott

Very nice job, choice of woods compliment each other and I especially like the way you have DT the bottom rails., well done
 

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Hi Scott

Great work.

I would love to see all of your wip photos. I find it really interesting to see how other people have tackled a job.

Well done.

Neil
 

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Scott,
Well done indeed. It looks great and you have obviously learnt a lot in the making of it. I bet you are well pleased - you ought to be!
 

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Beautiful piece of work, would look quite at home in any competition :)

My only thought is will the lower rails be sufficient to support that pile of magazines or will this fall through?

Dennis
 

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Very nice, Scott - well done! Looking forward to WIP pics :)

Neil
 

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Excellent piece. Very well done. I love the two-tone, and especially the contrasting DTs in the base rails.
The sapwood in the Wlanut is a great feature.
Good job!
 

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Really Like this... But aren't you just showing off with all the amazing detail?

:p
 

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Jorden":1plf9v14 said:
Beautiful piece of work, would look quite at home in any competition :)
Absolutely. Lucky he didn't make it in time to enter... :shock: :wink: That swirl of sapwood is very cool. I love it when something like that happens and the wood (either fortuitously or planned - the latter in my case of course...) comes together and makes an "ooo" feature.

Cheers, Alf
 

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gorgeous, some lovely timber and obviously a talented woodworker

envious

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I like it! please tell and show us more. You have been brave not to make a shelf on the lower stretchers which would have hid the detail.

Andy
 

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Jorden":va6s4tvu said:
Beautiful piece of work, would look quite at home in any competition :)

My only thought is will the lower rails be sufficient to support that pile of magazines or will this fall through?

Dennis
Yup you are right they would hit the floor :( so i am going to be fitting some glass between the first and second rails. No glass in the center or the out side ( hope that makes sense ), the top of the glass will be flush with the rail top. And the timber is walnut and ash.

SCOTT :D
 

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Well done Scott, a beautifull table. Very nice contrast of timbers. Excellent design and workmanship :D
 
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