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    Re: side table WIP

    Now Cody, respect my age, I'm going to die of laughter!

    I sure needed this. Thank you!
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    Re: side table WIP

    Glorious day in the shop. I set aside the legs and started the table box. Milled the wood to 3/8" to laminate the parts that support the granite.

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    My little stack of semi-completed parts. Many more to come before I can start jointing.

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    Re: side table WIP

    more progress:

    inlaid the box sides, laminated the base supports and rounded the legs. Sorry picks are jumbled. Can't figure how to lay them out. Thanks for looking.
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    Awesome Liz. It is fun to watch. Cody, that was hilarious and a compliment worth giving
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    Re: side table WIP

    Thanks Wiz. Got some more done today. Will post more pics soon. I'm still laughing with Cody. He's a hoot!
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    Re: side table WIP

    A little more done. The box that holds the granite is under glue.

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    Re: side table WIP

    Looks Great Lizabeth

    You just don't do anything simple.

    I love the fancy wood top too.
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    Re: side table WIP

    Thanks Leo. I started preparing the wood for the apron. I', going to have to mortise and tenon it. Have a question on that that I'll post separately.
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    Re: side table WIP

    Finished the Black Walnut inlay for the top. Next step is the aprons...

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    Re: side table WIP

    Got the tenons cut. Wish I had asked for help ahead of time. Wiz sent me explanations on how he does it, and an article full of pics to explain the procedure. Thanks Wiz!!!!! Next time I'll do it your way.

    Spent yesterday with test cuts with the tenoning jig. Got it right. Returned today to cut the workpieces, and after all was done not a one fit! I think the MDF I used as a spacer board swelled over night. I increased the width of the mortises on the router table to compensate. It all fits now except for some delicate chiseling on the tenon shoulders so they are plumb with the legs.

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    Thanks for watching.
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