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Round Table Top
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Hello, I broke a glass table top over the Thanksgiving Holiday. I'm planning to replace it with a oak 3/4" plywood that has a nice look to it.2 Challenges:1 - Cut a perfect Circle, I'm thinking I get…Continue

Tags: Edge, Top, Table, Round

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeffrey Pike Mar 23, 2010.

 

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PORTABLE WORKBENCH

"Michael, Awesome and thanks for sharing, I'm just getting re-engaged with projects, and was reminded of my lack of work space.  "love the lableing... -jim"
Mar 25, 2013
Jens Jensen replied to Jim Soulard's discussion 'Round Table Top'
"Lowes' has a magazine which showed trimming a round table but it was not KPH just curfed plywood and bent it around. I try get article and send it to you if you want"
Mar 23, 2010
Walter_lars replied to Jim Soulard's discussion 'Round Table Top'
"Ok here"s how I would do it make a router jig with a long enough base so that you can get the radius you need at least 24" for a 48" diameter table use the same jig to cut the out side trim pieces out of flat boards make sure the trim…"
Mar 23, 2010
Steve Gronsky commented on Jim Soulard's blog post 'Let's get started....'
"Jim, Are you sure golf season is over???? That's a scary thought for folks in NM."
Jan 8, 2010
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Round Table Top

Hello, I broke a glass table top over the Thanksgiving Holiday. I'm planning to replace it with a oak 3/4" plywood that has a nice look to it.2 Challenges:1 - Cut a perfect Circle, I'm thinking I get a way with this with a carefully drawn circle using a center point and a pencil and then cutting it with a jig and then cleaning it up with a router later.2 - How can I leverage the Kreg jig to finish up the edge with trim? I recall seeing one website that showed one but can't seem to locate…See More
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Nov 24, 2009
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Let's get started....

Golf season is over, It's time to get a few projects planned. I've got to finish up a few frames I built last year. Also, I picked up two sheets of Oak Plywood, last fall, very expensive and would like to make a entertainment center, I found some plans last year. Need to find that link again...The Boy needs some shelves and the Girl need a scratching post and climbing maze for KIA her kitty.....See More
Nov 24, 2009
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Hall Tree 014

"Nice Job, I like the open bottom -jim"
Nov 23, 2009
Don Grubish commented on Jim Soulard's photo
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Hall Tree

"BTW, it does look really good. Great job!"
Nov 12, 2009
Don Grubish commented on Jim Soulard's photo
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"You and I call it a hall tree, but I know someone from California and another from New York, and they call it an entry bench. Is it a coastal thing to call it that? I've only known them as hall trees. Maybe I'm just splitting hairs on…"
Nov 12, 2009
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Sep 22, 2009
KregRep commented on Jim Soulard's photo
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Work Bench

"Great looking Kreg Jig workbench, Jim! Have you also seen the video-project-plan for this workbench? Thanks for posting your results! Great job"
Sep 22, 2009
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Kreg Jig®
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Moderate Woodworker

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Let's get started....

Golf season is over, It's time to get a few projects planned. I've got to finish up a few frames I built last year. Also, I picked up two sheets of Oak Plywood, last fall, very expensive and would like to make a entertainment center, I found some plans last year. Need to find that link again...

The Boy needs some shelves and the Girl need a scratching post and climbing maze for KIA her kitty.....

Posted on November 24, 2009 at 9:34am — 1 Comment

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