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  1. Mesquite Table and Bench

    Hello everyone, It has been several years since I last posted, I am now back in the woodworking game after a short hiatus. Since my last post, I moved back to the United States, bought a house, built a woodworking shed, got some tools and got back to work learning how to do things the old...
  2. Mesquite Extension Dining Table

    Mesquite Extension Dining Table-Here is the table I will post more detail pictures when my photographer gets done with them.The base is six bentwood legs tied together in the middle with a round piece inside.The top is 56" diameter and expands to accept a 20" leaf.All is inlayed with...
  3. Mesquite Barrel "Stave" table

    I said I would post better pictures after I received them back from photographer,so here they are.You can see the turquoise better now. The table is made from Mesquite and has wenge accents and turquoise inlayed into the cracks. See other pictures of this table: Mesquite Barrell "Stave" Table...
  4. Mesquite table

    Mesquite table-Now That I have gotten good pictures I want to show everyone.This table is Mesquite with a Walnut/Maple bentwood curved line sandwiched in between two halves of the table.The joinery close up is under the table were the legs come together. The pedistal base is all carved and hand...
  5. Mesquite Dining Table 75 x 40 for sale (unfortunately)

    Here is my newest table. It is about 75" long by about 40" wide. Made out of solid mesquite. The top is a solid 2 inches thick. I am finishing the chairs and will post those pics soon. The finish is a Target Coatings Water Based Conversion Varnish. This was going into my dining room but I...
  6. Mesquite Dining Table

    I designed this Mesquite table and chairs for my wife. The top is made from native Mesquite and the base from Argentine Mesquite. The dimensions are 34"W x 52"L x 31"H. The cracks are filled in with fiberglass resin mixed with graphite powder. The finish is 6 coats of Waterlox flattened by...
  7. Mesquite Dining Table- Maloof style

    Here is a Maloof style dining table done out of Mesquite it has a little turquoise inlay in the cracks.The table is 36 " across.There is a poly /oil finish on it.Mesquite is probably one of my favorite woods although it is a little rough to work with. Thank You for looking Scott Shangraw
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am anxious to get this figured out since the only way this is going to fit into my garage is to get enough mobile velocity so that it can make it's own space! I just bought an old Powermatic table saw and need a mobile base for it. It is a pretty old one with an open bottom on the cabinet...
  9. Blogs
    Rocking Chair Class Just finished up a Rocking chair class at our new place. We are calling them "Woodworking Retreats", since they now include staying in a cabin with the class. We live in such a beautiful area, with lots to do, that it only made sense to make a few changes and add some more...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So I now have an Incra TS-LS system for my [email protected] Ryobi contractor table saw. I need some input as to how much room to allow for ripping. Because of the old style contractor non-riving knife set-up, I will have to cut the rear fence to allow for the blade guard and splitter to still work. The...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am refinishing a cherry harvest table that has been in my family for over 80 years, and I want to make sure I do it 'right.' Before starting this (my first) refinishing project, I researched the process online (I even asked a few of my refurb-experienced friends for pointers)… Well, so far...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    Anyone know what I can use to remove built up glue from the bars of my Bessey clamps? Thanks in advance for your help.
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