How to build a tabletop from reclaimed wood, crown molding stops - With Secrets

Categories: Woodworking Projects For Beginners | Author: admin 25.09.2012

Step 1: Assemble Your MaterialsTo make this table I used three pieces of reclaimed Douglas Fir.
I also used reclaimed wood to make this table so it's a bit cooler looking (and environmentally friendly!).The finished product is heavy, but not too bad. They came from this 25' piece of wood that they were nice enough to cut into pieces for me.As far as other consumables go you'll need some wood glue, tenons (or biscuits), and some table legs.


The Arm-R-Seal is an excellent choice for fir, heart pine, or virtually any hardwood but 3-5 coats on a porous species of wood will build depth, aid in cleaning, and help (somewhat) toughen the top from denting and scratching.
Their saw fits perfectly into a metal guide that I can line up with the edge of the wood (or any edge I want). If you are using this Instructable to help with your desk, for this part just make sure the wood is cut nice so it fits together well.


I'm planning on opening a coffeehouse in a few years (student loans are a pain in the butt) and I was thinking about doing a big, common, reclaimed wood table and now I KNOW I'm going to.



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