Dining table

  1. Kaapo Kangastupa

    Kaapo Kangastupa Jeesss...

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    Hei!

    I have been reading aal of your post and haven't contirbuted nothing.
    Here is my build for friend of mine. I made dining table and benches for him. Frame is made of 50*25*2 rectangular steel. Topa frame is made from l- shape 30*30*3.
    Table top I decided to make from pine instea of birch. Birch wood is more used in Scandinavia as it is quitw hard.
    Personally I like the look of pine more.
    Anyways Pine is waxed with Osmocolor white wax. It's quite fine looking stuff.

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  2. MattH

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    Pics not showing. Best to use the "upload a file" button.
     
  3. Hood

    Hood Forum Supporter

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    pics show for me and it looks very nice :)
     
  4. MattH

    MattH Member

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    Weird:

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  5. Hood

    Hood Forum Supporter

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    You on a slow connection? they take a few seconds to load for me on a 14Meg connection.
     
  6. MattH

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    240Meg Virgin cable lol.
     
  7. MattH

    MattH Member

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    Strange, showing correctly on 4g.

    Sorry to mess up the thread.

    Nice work.
     
  8. Hood

    Hood Forum Supporter

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    Ah that is the problem then, it is a big table and wont squeeze down the cable :)
     
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  9. slim_boy_fat

    slim_boy_fat Forum Supporter

    Welcome Kaapo :waving:

    Good job - I like your work-space too. :thumbup:
     
  10. indy4x

    indy4x Forum Supporter

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    Nice table, like your welding bench too
     
  11. Kaapo Kangastupa

    Kaapo Kangastupa Jeesss...

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    Those clamps were really useful. Just bought some cheap clamps cut the ends off and welded some nuts. Now I can use them as clamps for bench.
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    Here is other table. I think this is more for taste in Britain. 100Y old oak. it's starten to get a bit red. It's really pain in the ass to weld that small tube. It's 20*20*1,5 mm.
     
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  12. Kaapo Kangastupa

    Kaapo Kangastupa Jeesss...

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    Sorry for the mess in carage. I have three children. Always when I'm away it seems that there someone has been and making mess in here ;)
     
  13. Hood

    Hood Forum Supporter

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    Mess? I can only see the floor in my workshop once every 20 years :D
     
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