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    When i first saw the cnc in action 10 years ago .I knew the machine was a game changer .The table has 15 or 20 coats lost count is polished used 2k urethane the base is metal
    Will deliver wed

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    That don't look like no concrete to me!

    Well Done Kevin-Beautiful!!

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    NICE Kevin!!!
    scott
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    Very nice!

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    Gorgeous! It looks like a anchor on something that I can't make out from the photos. What is the background image to the anchor?

    Thanks

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    Awesome!!!
    Tim Lucas Custom Woodworks
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    Lovely. I love Mahogany, as you probably know.

    Im interested in the construction - at first I thought it was from 8/4. but looking closer it looks like the top is thinner, banded with another molding and then skirted?

    As a fellow furniture builder I am always interested in the details of construction... please

    Also, how thick is the accent stripe set into the top? I havent done too much of this stuff that wasnt done in true veneers (laid up, taped and pressed to a substrate, VS setting in strips in a solid wood top).

    Where is this headed, Kevin? Another boat?

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    Very beautiful. Like Andrew I'm interested in more details.

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    Thanks for the complements yes its an anchor with teak and purple heart the edge was Spanish cedar no stain
    Andrew to answer I used 4/4 for the put the inlay than took another quarter off using the bot in I ended up about 1/2 thick .I laminated to 2 sheets of mdf .the wood was pl on the mdf respecting the wood movement .The skirt hide the mdf I v groved the edge to give a line if the wood move won't show an crack or a line .I didn't use 8/4 because wood movement would might push up the caving .
    This table was designed all material that can go on a boat .I'm not comfortable using veneer in these waters i learned a lot on the last yacht its brutal the dampness .It has to bee solid .the carving and edging ended up being a 1/4 thick
    The table is at the ship yard board room i deliverer today the base on the 12 inside the top is rock solid was surprised no tipping will post final picture later

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