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Quality plane table James - can't be many around like that at all - esp with the legs and base out of plane.

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Just finished this knock down trestle style oak dining table for a client. I milled this oak from a tree in their garden a few years back. I put bread board ends on it to keep the top flat if I moves seasonally. The tusk tenon design allows it to be taken apart and moved easily which was part of the criteria. When the tree was originally milled the table design was different which meant I milled it into thinner boards, hence why the frame is made from wood that has been glued back together. 

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37 minutes ago, Jamespepperpot said:

Just finished this knock down trestle style oak dining table for a client. I milled this oak from a tree in their garden a few years back. I put bread board ends on it to keep the top flat if I moves seasonally. The tusk tenon design allows it to be taken apart and moved easily which was part of the criteria. When the tree was originally milled the table design was different which meant I milled it into thinner boards, hence why the frame is made from wood that has been glued back together. 

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Very nice?

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51 minutes ago, Jamespepperpot said:

Just finished this knock down trestle style oak dining table for a client. I milled this oak from a tree in their garden a few years back. I put bread board ends on it to keep the top flat if I moves seasonally. The tusk tenon design allows it to be taken apart and moved easily which was part of the criteria. When the tree was originally milled the table design was different which meant I milled it into thinner boards, hence why the frame is made from wood that has been glued back together. 

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Love it!

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1 hour ago, Jamespepperpot said:

Just finished this knock down trestle style oak dining table for a client. I milled this oak from a tree in their garden a few years back. I put bread board ends on it to keep the top flat if I moves seasonally. The tusk tenon design allows it to be taken apart and moved easily which was part of the criteria. When the tree was originally milled the table design was different which meant I milled it into thinner boards, hence why the frame is made from wood that has been glued back together. 

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Nice work, i like that?

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3 hours ago, gobbypunk said:

Nice framing how long did it take 

Thanks, It took me about 7 days in total and a couple of hours to put up.

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Little Garden shed frame I made from Larch. Cosy man cave.
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Was the larch fresh off the mill ? Not made framing from larch before. Is it fairly stable to use green or pis that larch part dried. ?
Nice joinery in that shed.

I have a few nice larch logs waiting to be milled. Be good to know.

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