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I've been thinking about a bandsaw or router jig to make the twisted legs, but so far, it's still faster to make them by hand.  I'll buy anybody who can pick out a glue line in the top a LN #7.

 

My focus online is my FlairWoodworks.com blog.  I'm often around Twitter too, and I check forums when somebody points me to them, or when I'm bored (which doesn't happen too often).

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I've been thinking about a bandsaw or router jig to make the twisted legs, but so far, it's still faster to make them by hand.  I'll buy anybody who can pick out a glue line in the top a LN #7.

 

My focus online is my FlairWoodworks.com blog.  I'm often around Twitter too, and I check forums when somebody points me to them, or when I'm bored (which doesn't happen too often).

 

I'll have two by the end of the day! :)

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I'll buy anybody who can pick out a glue line in the top a LN #7.

 

I'll take that to mean it's one slab.  I thought I caught the trace of a glue line dead-center on the right side.  I guess that explains the FLAWLESS grain matching. :D   You shoulda left well enough alone, Chris...I had you pegged as a genius. :)

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I've been thinking about a bandsaw or router jig to make the twisted legs, but so far, it's still faster to make them by hand.  I'll buy anybody who can pick out a glue line in the top a LN #7.

 

Challenge accepted.

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Particle Board, if there's a race captured on video be sure to put your teeth in before you start filming.

That still cracks me up every time.

Cant their soaking just used them to make a bunch of twisted table legs. The pitch is a real bit$% to get off.

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The glue line is 2 or 3 inches on the other side of the natural "center" figure of the table top.  I didn't know the size of the table, so I couldn't give an exact measurement.  I already have plenty of planes, and wouldn't know what to do with one of these newer, expensive ones anyway.

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The glue line is 2 or 3 inches on the other side of the natural "center" figure of the table top.  I didn't know the size of the table, so I couldn't give an exact measurement.  I already have plenty of planes, and wouldn't know what to do with one of these newer, expensive ones anyway.

 

Nope.  Care to guess again?  If you don't wan the LN #7, I'm happy to give you a piece of used sandpaper if you prefer. :)

 

 

The top is 12-1/2" x 42".

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Nope.  Care to guess again?  If you don't wan the LN #7, I'm happy to give you a piece of used sandpaper if you prefer. :)

 

 

The top is 12-1/2" x 42".

There is no glue line, Ill take the used sandpaper. :)

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There is no glue line, Ill take the used sandpaper. :)

 

Congratulations - you can categorize yourself as a winner!  Do you like magic?  Look behind your workbench - there should be one piece of used sandpaper there for you.  :)

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Congratulations - you can categorize yourself as a winner! Do you like magic? Look behind your workbench - there should be one piece of used sandpaper there for you. :)
That's great! I won too!!

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