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#1 posted 12-05-2018 03:02 PM

That’s a very ambitious project. I think your first choice should be Walnut because it’s a little bit lighter and very stable when dry. White oak is a close second for stability but it’s going to be heavy as hell.
The part that bugs me is I cannot picture big chunky tables and the words fairly quickly. Seems unreasonable
Have you considered two tables that come together to make one. If you match the grain it would appear to be one table. But then the legs there would be lots of legs.???
Good luck Hope you have the proper machinery Jointer ,planer ,tablesaw.

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