Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. End Table. By Tina Stone.
The width of each layer was based on the capacity of my planer, which is 15 inches in my case after the glue of these will need to be flattened on the planer. So you got to make sure not to make these layers wider than your planer will accept. Next, I just kept repeating these steps over and over until I had enough layers to make a table. This is a really time-consuming process with a lot of repetition, but the end result is pretty awesome and it's a great way to use up a bunch of scraps. So with the first batch of layers arranged I glue the strip's together.
One set here is to make sure the glue isn't near the bottom edge of the stripes, as any of the squeeze out will be pretty much impossible to get to and will be visible in the final table. So, with a few layers in the clamps I just kept working on breaking down scraps, planing two vases and cutting them to a size of the miter saw, I made sure, to try and keep pieces at a similar thickness together. So less wood would be wasted during the planning step. Once I had a few more layers arranged, I clamped them up and just continued this process until I had enough for my table alright. So this is what you'll be left with after the glue up. So basically, you've got one side, that's relatively flat because that was against the clamps and then one side that it is not flat. So we're going to need to flatten these now. So the nice thing is this the bottom surface is flat enough to where we can use it as a reference surface in the planer and again in the last step you wanted to make these basically no wider
I'm going to show you how to build this scrap wood in a table. his process will look pretty familiar to you. So I've accumulated a lot of scrap wood over the past few months and actually still have some of the wood from that pile. I bought off of Craigslist for the end grain cutting boards. So after rounding up my scraps, I started cutting them to rough length. The links here should be relatively random, as that's part of the look of this table.
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