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Hexagon End Table

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Wow! I like it. It has so much detail too! Good job!

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WHEW!!

a master piece in it's own...

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1 hour ago, RJR said:

Lew, I used the table saw for the   large pcs.  and mitre saw for edging.  thanks for looking and comments  

 

 

that's some next level mitering...

you don't happen to own a miter trimmer knife???

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That is a very nice piece of work and sounds like was a lot of labor too.

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Now that's a nice piece, very well done!

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to     STICK            

 

           no I do   not have a trimmer knife ,  wish i did,  just use ww2 blade and  an INCRA  mitre guage  and lots of small cuts

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Oh wow.  Love this table.  You did a fantastic job.

 

Wayne

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On ‎12‎/‎17‎/‎2017 at 1:07 PM, RJR said:

I made this end table without a plan

Without a plan?  I am both envious and humbled.  I can barely sharpen a pencil without a plan!.  That is some really nice work.

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Nice job!  I am designing a baptismal font for the chapel at the local catholic campus ministry.  Traditionally they are 8 sided pieces so your project provides me some great inspiration.

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