Here’s the table, dry fit and ready for inspection.  Little more tweaking, plane down the posts, a little judicious file and rasp work, a touch more sanding and scraping, and I’ll be ready for the glue and the tung oil.

In the next few weeks, I’ll be finishing up the Roubo/Underhill workbench and we’ll be starting a series of simpler projects.  These projects will be designed to encourage the reader to get more deeply involved in traditional woodworking, especially handtool use.  There’s a lot to do.

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  1. Carroll Says:

    Awesome! Absolutely awesome! Can’t wait to see the finished product!

  2. Chuck Emery Says:

    Dennis, this is gorgeous can’t wait to see the finished product.
    Thanks for sharing!

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