Woodworking Tips: Woodworking Projects For The Dining Table Extremely Large | How To Make A Round Table Top

Woodworking Tips: Woodworking Projects For The Dining Table Extremely Large | How To Make A Round Table Top

Awesome Tip: Woodworking Projects For The Dining Table Extremely Large | How To Make A Round Table Top



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In this woodworking project I show you how to make a dining table top with extremely large wood panels.
Round table 120cm diametre, 20cm thickness.
Please wait for the next video to see the finished product.
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Woodworking Projects For The Dining Table Extremely Large | How To Make A Round Table Top
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39 Replies to “Woodworking Tips: Woodworking Projects For The Dining Table Extremely Large | How To Make A Round Table Top”

  1. It took me nearly 2 weeks to complete the building of a bed frame. I take that to be because I ain't no carpenter. All the same I'm very grateful to this woodwork plan [ Check Details In My Channel ], it has really helped me do such a good project. The easy instructions were amazing.

  2. They ought to be shot for wasting such a wonderful piece of wood. At least 5 tables could have been made from that slab. There is NO need for a table of that thickness. This made me sick to watch. They could have put a skit around the bottom of a thinner slab to give the same effect. It's just hard to tell just how fucking old that tree was. And then these Dumb Asses waste it on a little shitty table.

  3. Obviously,​ this isn't a table to sit at the apron is way too thick, overall I think it's amazing, I would love to see the tree that produced these slabs!

  4. gỗ đẹp. có vẻ như một sự lãng phí để sử dụng mảnh dày như vậy cho đầu bảng. tốt craftsmanship người bạn

  5. My butter knife could cut better than that chain saw.  Also, the word "SAFETY" doesn't factor into this guy's life as he stands on the piece that is about to be cut off.  I actually cringed watching this clown.

  6. I see a lot of people posting about this being a waste of wood and his chainsaw is too dull and how stupid this guy must be. If you are happy with the item you create then it is not a waste. He got what he wanted so at least to him it was not a waste. the table did turn out really nice if a bit excessive. My best guess as to why it took so long to cut out is that this is clearly some form of hard wood. It appears to be really dry on top of that which can make it harder to cut. No one seems to mention that this guy was able to cut out a circle with an electric chainsaw which isn't easy to start with.

  7. That wood slab is too big even on a big band-saw and even if its possible to cut on a big band saw it would take about four/five people. .
    That is what I called patience with a strong steady set of arms. . . .the working approach throughout the process is quite unusual but the finishing is superb and I fell in love with it. . . .

  8. What a waste of wood. With that slab they could have made three or maybe five tabletops of a sensible thickness. Using smaller slabs organised properly and glueing them together would also result in something less likely to crack.

  9. Còn thiếu bộ chân Voi nữa sẽ là trọn bộ Bàn ăn đỉnh của đỉnh. Đại Gia nào hãy nhanh tay. Hàng hiếm.