Archive: July, 2011

Round Wood Table, The Sawn Veneers. Part 3

For this table we are going to do a pinwheel layout with a random match since we cannot get enough veneers out of any one board.  To make the veneer manageable for gluing to the ground (table top), the top was divided into 6 section to be divided by an inlay that ended at key [...]

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Round Wood Table, Getting The Top Buttoned Up. Part 2

Before filling out with the honeycomb material, the round inner and outer edges needed to be trued.  We made a curved sanding block by taking a piece of 8/4 poplar and tracing a curve and then cutting close on the bandsaw. We then used 80 grit 3M stickit paper  attached to the table edge to [...]

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