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02-01-2019 07:50 AM

https://youtu.be/eFPHzaVoyoY

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#1 posted 02-01-2019 12:33 PM

Cool video. The fun one could have with the toys they had. Sanding might become enjoyable. I cringe to think of the price tag.

Too bad they didn’t sacrifice some length on that table. If they had cut a few inches off the end would have nearly been a mirror image of the other side and more pleasing to the eye.

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#2 posted 02-01-2019 01:34 PM

Interesting vid- thanks

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#3 posted 02-01-2019 02:43 PM

It’s neat but looks more like a plastic working project with wood accents.

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#4 posted 02-01-2019 04:38 PM



It s neat but looks more like a plastic working project with wood accents.

- bigblockyeti


It is 1/2 wood and a nice way to make less wood fit the requirement.

Nice to see young men and women doing this kind of work.

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#5 posted 02-01-2019 10:50 PM

Looks good to me. It’s clearly meant as a business conference room table and has a nice professional look to it being a bit understated compared to other resin river type tables.

I do wonder how well something like this holds up since the resin is a very large percentage of the structural table surface, yet has no internal structure like large fiberglass and resin structures have. It reminds my of concrete without rebar. Though the pedestals do support all the way across.

I doubt this is their first rodeo, so more likely than not they have the experience to know it will be just fine.

I found it odd that the customer took delivery before the room had a finished (carpeted or other) floor. Seem like they will have to put down flooring around it. And maybe that’s what they will be doing. Treating it like a built in rather than a large piece of furniture.

I am very curious what this would cost.

-- Clin

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#6 posted 02-02-2019 02:33 AM



I found it odd that the customer took delivery before the room had a finished (carpeted or other) floor. Seem like they will have to put down flooring around it. And maybe that s what they will be doing. Treating it like a built in rather than a large piece of furniture.

I am very curious what this would cost.

- clin

Great video.
Clin, watch it again, there’s a nice gray tile floor in the conference room.

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#7 posted 02-02-2019 03:18 AM

nice video

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#8 posted 02-02-2019 05:11 AM


I found it odd that the customer took delivery before the room had a finished (carpeted or other) floor. Seem like they will have to put down flooring around it. And maybe that s what they will be doing. Treating it like a built in rather than a large piece of furniture.

I am very curious what this would cost.

- clin

Great video.
Clin, watch it again, there s a nice gray tile floor in the conference room.

- Scap

Thought that was concrete.

-- Clin

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#9 posted 02-03-2019 03:09 AM

impressive to say the least AG.

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