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Live Edge Slab Table from Tree Trunk

Here’s a story about how I came upon this slab, cut from a tree trunk, a few years ago. It’s been quite the adventure and I’m oh so happy to finally see this piece of wood become a table. Thanks for watching. Video Rating: / 5 by atalou

Super High Gloss Table from Tree Limb Repurposing Reclaiming Woodworking UV CURE RESIN

This Super High Gloss woodworking table was created from a spalted tree limb that fell in our yard. http://greenpowerscience.com/uvcureresin.php Hurricane Debbie in 2012 caused a small EF-0 tornado to take an entire tree down and we saved about 20% of the wood. The remaining wood was mulched. The UV cure resin info is on our

How to make a rustic stool from a wooden trunk – DIY

Every Wooden trunk item is of course unique due to the natural materials used and the minimal hands-on craftsmanship involved in their making. Each part from the tree has different splits running through it from the drying process, some of which run all the way through to the surface of the creation, which makes the

Making A Side Table From A Cypress Stump

Check out this small side table made from a section of cypress. The stump was cut out using a Woodmizer sawmill. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ar_txwoodcr… Power Tools Grinder http://amzn.to/2saVDWb Festool Sander http://amzn.to/2rRJF6v Festool Dust Extractor http://amzn.to/2qwtATL Handtools Lie Nielson Low Angle Jack Plane http://bit.ly/2qtpx6B Drawknife Crown Tenon Saw http://amzn.to/2rRLgcw Shapton Sharpening Stone Medium http://amzn.to/2qwg0QF Shapton

Making a Cherry Wood Table from a Log

From the cherry tree to a live edge, breadboard end, table. Just a quick video show the process from start to finish. A note about the breadboard ends: only the middle tennons are glued and the mortises toward the outside are large to allow for wood movement, mostly shrinkage in this case as the wood