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great looking table. I really like the style. I would like to see a shot from slightly above and to the side. Are the triangular blocks necessary?
 

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Thanks alot i added the triangles for support because before it was kinda flexable
 

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Awesome, what type of wood did you use? I'm thinking Walnut and Ash…maybe?
 

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Great looking table. I like the design. Great job!
 

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Fantastic design, a real beauty. Wonderful work!
 

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Very nice and clever, something to be proud of!!!!
Ken
 

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Very nice. Great design.
 

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beautiful table good job
 

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I used a half lap joint for all the connections and the table is made of walnut and cherry the curved peices are bent laminations that i did in a vac bag
 

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it "rocks"
stunning piece
 

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Wow, Dan that is great!! Very well done. Glad to see there are other folks out here in Colo working on their passion.

That reminds me to get into the hills before the snow starts to fly!!!!
 

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I really like this, what are the dimensions? Some pictures make it look like a coffee table, while others make it look like it could be a cheese serving board. Either way its very nice. Red Rocks huh? I went to Boulder 95-01. Live in Connecticut now, but miss those foothills…
 

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the table is at my parents so i dont know exact measurements any more but due to monetary problems it turned out more japanese tea table than coffee table
 

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Very cool design, well done, looks great.
 
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