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  • Pedestal table top done

    Posted By on March 14, 2016

    I’ve decided to attach the skirt to the top using hidden pocket screws from underneath.  

      
      

    Pedestal table skirt assembly cont…

    Posted By on March 3, 2016

    Finally getting around to gluing up the octagon skirt. 

      

    Pedestal table skirt assembly

    Posted By on February 17, 2016

    I’ve almost finished assembling the pedestal table skirt and drawer face.

    I just need to sand the pieces, glue them up and start the drawer supports. 

       

     

    Hand Tool Cabinet update

    Posted By on January 19, 2016

    Here’s where I’m at with the cabinet as of today.  Upper cabinet is done, a few new tool holders.  I wonder if this is supposed to be just an ever evolving thing.    

         

    Pedestal Table skirt and moulding

    Posted By on January 15, 2016

    Next I cut 8 x 3/4″ pieces that were 4″ wide for the octagonal skirt. 

      

    Then I routed the same edge profile as I did for the top. 

      
    I used the tablesaw to cut off the strips of moulding one by one until I got eight from this single board. 

      
    The next step will be to glue the mouldings to each of the 8 skirt pieces, cut the ends to 22.5 degrees and and join them to make an octagon.  I haven’t decided on how to join the pieces yet. 

      

    Pedestal Table Top profile

    Posted By on January 13, 2016

    Here is the routed profile done on the router table, classical cove and bead. 

      

    Pedestal Table octagon top

    Posted By on January 11, 2016

    Now i used the track saw to cut along the layout lines to make the octagon top.

     
      
     

    Pedestal Tabletop top

    Posted By on January 4, 2016

    Next I glued up three sections to make the top. 

       
      
     

    Pedestal Table legs

    Posted By on December 22, 2015

    And then there were legs. 

      

    Pedestal Table update

    Posted By on December 21, 2015

    The joint to secure the legs to the base will be a sliding dovetail.  To make the dovetail slot on the base I first routed a stopped 1/2″ wide, 3/4″ deep groove to remove most of the waste to finish off with the dovetail bit.