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#1 posted 12-06-2018 02:10 AM

Thanks for the replies so far. The nice thing is that the tables will have a rough finish on top. They are going in a 150 year old school house, so he wants them to have a nice “rough” look. The reason for the modular setup is that the room is only 18’x30’ and he wants 4 tables that can be moved to open the center of the room when desired.

I’m meeting with him this weekend to discuss the tables some more. The plan is to have them done before Spring 2019.

I like the idea of bringing two tables together. I would just put the tables on casters and slide them out of the way. I feel like frequently disassembling something that large would put unnecessary wear and tear on it. The goal is for these tables to be around for decades or longer.

-- Frysinger Woodcrafts, Delaware, OH, facebook.com/frysingerwoodcrafts


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