I'm going to read a little between the lines on Ed's post (If I'm wrong here Ed, I beg forgiveness now ). Why not make the legs solid to begin with? Unless they are huge in diameter, I'd think a solid piece if available and not too outrageously priced would be the way to do this. To me the continuous grain of 1 solid piece of wood would be more appealing also.
Now with that said, what is the reasoning behind building the legs as you have stated? I'm guessing that there is a good reason I just don't know or understand. Thanks! Jim.
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