And cheap as well as being very portable no power needed
This just popped up in my alerts today, didn’t realise it’s been four years.
It had a coat of decking oil the other weekend, still looks as good as day 1
Biscuit cutter In A router would be a better option in dowels.
However you missed the details regarding A&E
What did you cut off.
Ah. A 4 year old thread. My bad
Nothing cut off. I was sanding a radius edge on the boards and big splinter went under the thumb nail and came out the other end. Tried to pull it out and it snapped. Had to have a quick little operation at A&E to have it removed
Why the lock bolts on the leg screws?
I use chopping boards as material for damp proofing for things like that.
I do now but at the time I had access to free nylon which was cut to size. 99p shop chopping boards have a multitude of uses.
As for the lock nuts I wanted nyloc but didn’t have any the correct size, this was a temp measure to stop the legs getting loose. They are still like that now. Over engineering, just like the rest of the table
I see you like a murex rod, for timber I prefer the oerlikon “oaktrodes”
I heard they were hard to get the arc started(noahs)
It's uncanny but going by your avatar you haven't aged a bit in all those years Parm
You should see the portrait in the attic.
Just 8 chairs to make now!
That will cost him an arm and a leg.
He could loose his mind thinking about that.
Should have TwIG welded it.
Wood you believe the puns, some are branching out. The root still is @Parm needs more Didgrow.
That is a cracking sterdy table there pal.
My missus just turns up with crap bought from stores before i can even think of tinkering!!
.....a limb even!
Or a Nelson.
One arm, one eye and one ambition.
What, Lady Hamilton?
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