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    Default Live edge tables

    Made a few more leg tables they seem to sell and diversify my inventory the top on one is spalted beech the other is sugar maple from trees I milled and kiln dried.

    I really like the beech I will try to get some more logs.








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    Those are really sharp, I have some live edge slabs that I just haven't figured out what to do with them and have been looking at all of your posts on them. The legs on these are really unique, my wife would love them. Now I'm inspired.

    Thanks for sharing Brian, I always love to see what you are creating.

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    Got to admit Brian, I REALLY like the smooth sanded look and the Beech is beautiful!
    Always love your wedged through tenons
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    very cool I like them
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    Very nice live edge tables! I'm intrigued how you cut your wedge tenons. Is it a two-sided cut on the shopbot followed by a pass through the tablesaw?

    Thanks,

    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by James M View Post
    Very nice live edge tables! I'm intrigued how you cut your wedge tenons. Is it a two-sided cut on the shopbot followed by a pass through the tablesaw?

    Thanks,

    James
    No I use pneumatic clamps on the edge of the table and do a regular cut around vector toolpath. Then I did slot on the tablesaw.

    You can get an idea of it in this video I did a while back
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8j3e6WJxbWs
    Last edited by Brian Harnett; 02-27-2016 at 10:03 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Nice tables. Love live edge and shapely legs.

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