Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by smokinj, Nov 17, 2010.
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Now thats the stuff!
Thats outright beautiful!!
Smokin great job.
Everything under the table top was free hand 460 work.
Awesome job on the finish, Satin or gloss?
Freehand 46O work?
The legs and feet and cross supporting the 2 legs where all free handed with a stihl ms 460.
And the Finnish is poly. Mininwax hand rubbed of course.
I am insanely jealous; finish work has always been a weakness for me. Doesn't matter if we're are talking wood, steel or whatever. Beautiful table.
And you better christen it. Sacrilegious not to.
Very nice workmanship.
looks alittle off level....... nah just messin with ya.
Beautiful work! VERY nice!
lol Leveled that sucker where it sits.....
Very nice! From a tree to your dining room. The family will be impressed.
Its pretty cool! Even better that my Dad will be there (Thanks Giving) he has been building cabinet's for 50+ years... It will seat 10 easy. Will put him at the Head of the table.
Walnut Table done and part of the benchs have been milled 2-1/2 inchs thick Wow! (made the dead line pic's friday)
Looks great Jay. Nice work and you can be proud.
Table finnish and part of the milling done on the benchs.
Zoom in a bit! From this angle, it looks like I see skid marks from some female butt cheeks! Maybe ya got it too smooth and lost the traction coefficient!! :bug:
lol just glare! Butt everyone keeps asking me that..Dont know if I can get a pick with out glare...That Poly is sanded down to 1500 grit using soapy water.
I told u that wetsanding would make it like glass! it looks awesome. I need to make me one of those
I use to paint cars so I just went after it like I would on metal. Already had 50,180,220,400,600,1000,1500. Started with 220 and and put a coat on with each grit and 2 at 1500
riser and feet 2-1/2 inch's thick BLACK Walnut.
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