Nice coasters! They look very pretty. I have made lots of end grain coasters, and these would be much easier
Huh. Is the router bit that you used dull?
Thank you. It looked a lot like yours, but without the burning
Awesome! Very neat way to do this. I made a mancala board using chisels, and I wish I saw this first!
Very nice. I like how you stained the plywood dark. I'm a dark wood kind of guy. Very well done!
You're welcome. Do you know what wood that the slab was made out of?
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Ok. I personally like to sand everything, (Even though I hate sanding) just so it looks more smooth and so my siblings don't get splinters. Anyhow, very nice
Very good! These look very beautiful. I recently made a pair butcher block countertops for a client, and these look better than mine! Very well done.
Did you sand it? Has a nice rustic look to it.
If you are going to use a miter saw or a table saw with the wood then you have to get all the nails out, it's easier to use a skil saw and cut the outside braces off, leaving the middle one, and then use a mallet to knock the panels off. Then you don't have nearly as many nails to deal with.
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Hey can you do a instructable on how you take apart pallets?
AWESOME! That is really cool. That piece of walnut is crazy. I have a piece of black walnut that is about half that. I will have to try this.
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I, likewise, hate sanding. Especially curved counter top extensions. Really hard to make it fit. Do you have advice for this particular problem?
Really cool. Gonna have to make me one of these.
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Wow! That is really cool. I raise goats, and this looks strikingly like one of them. Great job!
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Nice! I will totally have to use these. I go hunting, and starting a fire with only matches can be a HUGE pain in the rear. Especially when everything is soaked. These work really well. Thanks!
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Cool! Not very expensive, which is important. I like how it is simplistic, and not overly fancy. Well Done!
I meant that to be a comment. :)
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Keep up the good work!
I find myself going out to buy more fittings all the time, because someone miscalculated. This saves time and money. Good job!
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Huh. I never thought of that. I will have to try that. Thanks!
Still too expensive. Unfortunately. Thanks anyway?
Still too expensive, unfortunately. Thanks anyway!
Dang! I never knew the arrow under the gas gauge pointed toward the gas trap! I frequently forget which side it is. Thanks!
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Cool! I can't afford the electric desk, does anyone have a cheaper alternative?
Really cool dude!
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Cool! The plywood handle is my favorite, I have to carry those all the time, and it's not easy to get the right grip.
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Yeah they are really nice...
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Often we have 60 mph winds, and the dog leash swivel would be useful.
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Looks awesome. The arbotech turbo plane is a bit expensive though. I have some some sanding wheels that we used to get the plaster and drywall off some tile we were reusing, they worked fine. Took me the better part of 3 hours to carve all the ripples in a 36''x10'' bench top though.
It is a solid piece. Because walnut is such a soft wood I think I would have to use a wood hardener, to prevent scratches. But the metal would give it structual strength as well, so they wouldn't break.......
Perhaps, but the bandsaw would make the work go much faster and would be more efficient, if your were making them for mass production.
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I agree about the laser. A life-changer! I have 15" and the laser is offset a little to the right so all your wood to the right is perfectly the right length.
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