Yea, I still do some woodworking, just don't get much time to post. Made this table for my good friend. He does taxidermy for his hobby and needed a good sturdy table. Ran out to the lumber dealer and picked up some common soft maple in 8/4. As you can tell the lumber might be a little better than common. The top was made out of some old 8/4 red oak that was in the loft of the barn and FIL said to use it up. He found this stainless top in the scrap pile at his work, so we made the table around the steel. Not sure what the notches were for in it's previous life. I did sand the top all the way up too 1000 grit. Helped it out a lot. I also took a propane torch to the exposed area of the top and barely burnt it, not sure why I did, but it looks cool. Oh, no finish was applied to the table.