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Very elegant and simple. Really like it.
 

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Nice clean design, well done.
 

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Very nice. When are the chairs coming?
 

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thats a very stylish table that will serve you and your kids someday. very nice work.
 

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Very attractive table. Well done.
 

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Beautifully done. What did you use for the finish?
 

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Thank you. I used 3 light coats of Osmo polyx. Really happy with the natural look of the hard wax oils.
 

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Jim,

Looks great. Clean lines. Congrats on DT3.

How did you flatten the table top glue up? Hand planes, router in flattening sled, local wood supplier that has large planers or sanders?
 

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Very nice look. The angled legs and generous width look like they would reduce "wobble". What joinery did you use?
 

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Very nice good work.
 

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I recently turned 50 and finally treated myself to a Festool Domino. I used it for the joinery and also for the table glue up. Made the top of the table amazingly flat even better than biscuits. I hand planed the bottom flat. Used 5/4 for top and was able to get almost an inch finished thickness.
 

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Real nice, I would be very proud!

I like the finish and design.
 

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Very nice. I like the clean simple design.
 
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