Kasey Alvarez Outdoor August 31st, 2018 - 01:44:37
Outdoor wooden table. The budget didn't allow for much in the way of timbers. A beautiful combination that you wouldn't usually find on a budget conscious, build, like all projects here at the shop, is started with milling the team to be flat Straight and square all around I got everything, flattened and squared up one edge and sent it through. Then I got everything the width, so I knew how best to lay everything out. I'm even wearing a dust mas.
The legs had to be made up of two teasers to get the thickness I needed. So I glued those up and set them aside to dry from there I sanded everything to get rid of all the machining marks and started working on the tops frame. If you haven't seen one of these before this is called a wide belt sander and it will send everything to be silky smooth, the top of this table is framed and slated. So I had to cut some miters using the panel saw. This means teaching the fence away from 90 degrees, and that really scared me.
Once we got that set out, I laid it on the bench to make sure all fit together nicely, and then it was time to cut some joinery. Now the slats need a rebate to sit on these back over to the panel saw where I cut a small rebate before taking it over to add this flow in hand. Holding the frame together are these large floating cannons. So I cut the mortises and then glued all together. I used epoxy for the glue up, because it gives me a little bit of extra strength and it's also waterproof. The next day I had he for squeeze out that needed fixing it's a very easy job to fix the stroke, sander, not so easy when you just have a little palm sander.
Now, if you haven't seen one of these before, you obviously haven't been watching my channel. So where have you been, but basically it's a really big belt sander, which you can use with the handheld patent or the one that's fixed to the machine? It's super quick and awesome to use, it's not just based evenly across the frame and held in place with a few screws from below. This will allow each slat to move the season and pulled it nice and flat to the plan. Then it was on to the base, the legs were dry and the Sun was shining. I mean the dew point was buzzing or something anyway.
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