Solid White Pine Dining Table Top w/a Rippled Grain - 3" x 45" x 10'

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Project by Kellie & Skye posted 12-26-2014 08:21 PM 4219 views 0 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a profject that we are really proud to show. It is a White Pine Slab Table Top that is 3” x 45” x 10’ long.
The White Pine table top is made of two 3” thick kiln dried Pine slabs that we joined together, then stabilized with inlayed iron bars on the underside of the table top to avoid any movement in the slab. We sanded then sealed with several coats of poly and a finish coat of rub on poly, with live edge mitered ends and inlayed bow ties.
The table has an amazing area that shows a ripple in the grain that looks like the wood has been pushed together like a piece of paper. *See photos.

-- Skye & Kellie, Center Conway, NH - Thick & Wide Pine Slabs, Pine Flooring, & various other lumber products manufactured onsite.

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#1 posted 12-26-2014 10:49 PM

beautiful table,truly something to be proud of.

welcome to lumberjocks!!!!

-- Marty.Athens,AL

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#2 posted 12-27-2014 01:15 AM

Beautiful slab! I like everything about it, the bowties, the live edge, and the finish!

I’m concerned about wood movement, though. The slab is going to expand and contract no matter how restrained it is. I’m concerned about those mitered corners opening up.

-- Dean -- "Don't give up the ship -- fight her 'till she sinks!" Capt James Lawrence USN

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#3 posted 12-27-2014 01:58 AM

Great SLAB brother. But I dont think its a great idea to have suck WIDE stock

-- Rich

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#4 posted 12-27-2014 02:16 AM

Kellie & Skye – Love, Love LOVE this! So beautiful! We just finished a live edge slab bar with turquoise inlay, but I’m so new here, not sure how to post it. Where can I see more of your projects?

-- SL Homestead

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#5 posted 12-27-2014 03:47 AM

Good stuff. I love white pine.

-- Tree, wood, and box lover from Pennsylvania

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#6 posted 12-27-2014 05:25 PM

Great looking table. How about some pictures of the stabilizing detail. Also what does the base look like?

-- Ric, Mazomanie

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#7 posted 12-28-2014 12:48 AM

Great table, love the bowties

-- Norman - I never never make a mistake, I just change the design.

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#8 posted 12-29-2014 03:42 PM

Good build, I didn’t expect that wipe on poly was used on this. Post some pictures of the inlayed iron bars

-- "A woodworking project is either a masterpiece or a POS" Dr. Lang

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#9 posted 12-30-2014 06:17 PM

Here at our mill we have manufactured and sold Kiln Dried (10%) White Pine Slabs for the over 10 years. Our process to stabilize the wide wood slabs is to dado cut with a double bladed skill saw. Insererted perferated angle iron stablizes. We use expandable glue (such as Gorilla Glue) to adhear the perferated angle iron in the dadoed skill saw cut. Installing the prefitted iron then we screw it tight. If the bottomed needs to flush then router it.

-- Skye & Kellie, Center Conway, NH - Thick & Wide Pine Slabs, Pine Flooring, & various other lumber products manufactured onsite.

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