Walnut dinning room pedestal table - Day 3 | Custom Wooden Rocking Chairs Dining Chairs Bar Stools and Tables | Paul Lemiski

Walnut dinning room pedestal table - Day 3

After routing the edges best we could, we first glue the two leg sections to the centre main post. 

DSC_2672We use a tung and groove joint to attach the sections, so the glue up goes rather smoothly. Just apply a copious amount of glue and clamp until you can't clamp anymore.




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Next we glue the other two sections to the centre post, again apply as much clamp pressure as we need.

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DSC_2690Here is the pedestal all glue up ready for many hours of shaping and sanding.








Here is a close up of the tung and groove joints we use to attach the leg sections.








Here are the 2 sections that will create our 50'' circular table top. 


The top will seperate to accept 2 12'' leaves.





This is our circle cutting jig we use on our band saw, we can place a pivot any where along the centre line to cut any size circle.






We also had a photo shoot for our newest Sculpted trestle coffee table below i've attached a few pictures.

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