I wanted a table for the printer in my mancave. Since I bought the wood, the Memsahib has installed a plastic shelving unit, but the printer has a shelf above it which makes copying and changing ink cartridges awkward. N E way, I have got it to where it just needs a little routing, a little sanding, and a little varnishing, and it is ready to go.
I decided to go as simple as possible. I bought a slab of Peruvian Walnut, and cut four pieces: two legs, a shelf, and a top.
I thought I had taken more pictures, but this is the glue up of the legs and shelf. The frame is upside down in the pic, and the top is just sitting loose.
This is the completed glue up. I cut stopped dadoes in the top for the legs, and glued everythig together with Elmer's Probond. I don't think I'll need any nails or screws.
With a little luck I'll have it finshed tomorrow.
OH, this is a nice dark wood. It should be OK with clear varathane as a finish, right?