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Hi Lumberjocks!

SO excited to bring you this build. This was a true design, build, and shape project for me - a true first for woodworking. The project took the better part of two weeks (doing in my spare time), but it was so fun and combined so many skills I had built over the past few years.

Here is the video of the entire creation process:

A bit long, but really fun to see it all come together - really hope you enjoy!

Cheers,

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Awesome.
 

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very cool build zach,love the look but i agree the wood top takes it down.also another great job on the video.look forward to seeing more from you.
 

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very cool build zach,love the look but i agree the wood top takes it down.also another great job on the video.look forward to seeing more from you.

- pottz
Thanks! looking into an acrylic top now - need to find a way to repurpose the top I made! thats a lotta hardwood!
 

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very cool build zach,love the look but i agree the wood top takes it down.also another great job on the video.look forward to seeing more from you.

- pottz

Thanks! looking into an acrylic top now - need to find a way to repurpose the top I made! thats a lotta hardwood!

- Zach Hendrickson
i hear ya zach very little wood gets thrown away in my shop,i always use it up,i mean look at all the small pieces you used on this that most people would have thrown out.
 

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A nice design. Fun video to watch with the clones and all that. Nice work on the video effects and the diagrams.

Good choice on ditching the plain top.
 

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A nice design. Fun video to watch with the clones and all that. Nice work on the video effects and the diagrams.

Good choice on ditching the plain top.

- swirt
Thanks man - I love building and filmmaking - I'm not pro but I try to throw in a few fun tricks in each of my videos. Animations were truly the only way I could think of to even start to explain what I was doing! Also looking into acrylics this weekend. Cheers!
 

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Very nice, I agree with the glass top.
 

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Great looking sculpturing. It will be a table glass stand , I soppose.
 
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