Natural Edge Bubinga Coffee Table (w/pics)

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Bas

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Bas
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I dunno...just taking a raw piece of wood, slapping four legs onto it and calling it a table seems a bit too easy. The legs look crooked by the way, you may want to align your table saw fence. Also, for future projects, I think you should cut off the sapwood, it doesn't blend at all with the heartwood. Alternatively, you could stain it and do a better job of matching the two.

:gar-Bi:gar-Bi:gar-Bi

(This piece is amazing, but if I start the complimenting process I'd probably wrench my arm out of my socket patting you on the back! :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap).
 

DavidF

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David
A fantastic piece Bill! I love the shape of the legs you chose, they really compliment the "flatness" of the top. Amazing piece of wood obviously and you made a superb show case for it. Love the CAD drawing, couldn't have done better myself:rotflm:
 

Trent Mason

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Trent Mason
Bill, that is one of the most beautiful coffee tables I've ever seen. That design is so frickin cool! Might have to borrow that one. :eusa_thin
 

BillPappas

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Bill
Thanks for all the kind remarks about the table. When I stared it I was not real sure that I was actually going to like a table with natural edges....once the grain popped out on that piece I was hooked!

Regards,

Bill
 
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