Well done Tod
Nicely done. Those feet really give the table an 'anchored' look.
“We all die. The goal isn't to live forever; the goal is to create something that will.” - Chuck Palahniuk
Nice piece Tod! I really like the shaping on the legs - very creative!
That drawer front is beautiful too!
How did you attach the panel at the bottom to the legs?
I'm afraid to ask, but how long did it take you to make it?
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beautiful, what we have come to expect from you tod
how is the top attached?
Beautiful work, Tod. I like the feet of the legs, a good touch.
I have a question, and if you feel it is 'getting into your business' you can choose to not answer. I am curious as to how much you have invested in the table, materials and time. And then approximately what you expect to be able to sell it for. If you don't want to answer, tell me to mind my own business.
thanks guys! this table took less than a week to build while playing on the forum and doing other jobs too....
ken, there`s about 10-12 bf of mahogany there and the customer agreed to 500 bucks before i started work.......i`ll know if they`re pleased later today?
for the turners....the knob was spun in less than 10 min.
chris, the top is attached with screws through elongated pocket holes.
jesse, the shelf is set into knotches cut in the legs and pinned with 1/8" dowell at an angle from underneath.
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Now that is a beaut!
Nice to see you can still do non-curvy stuff
Love the dovetails, the look like the grew in place!
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