Published at Monday, November 26th 2018. by Jeanette Wright in Kitchen Table.
We're out here working on a butcher block style table we're putting it together in sections, got number one number two we got to get number three and then we'll finish it out looks like everything else around. Here we started out there at the mill with some full logs. Then we kiln dried some big cans and rethought them into these two and a half by two and a half long cans. It's the same thing we're using over there on our art project. Then the next step was to run them all through the planer to get them to be exactly the same in thickness and width and that's where we are right now, let's get over here and get this thing done.
So the key to these things is consistency guys, and you can see I've already taken time to cut and plain a bunch of these blocks. The exact same size got a little liquid block that we used to match everything to perfectly so let me get this one. Let's do it boom alright, so the first thing you're going to notice guys, is that we've got this set up on a piece of paper because we're just gluing it right. On top of the table, it'll make it a lot easier to clean up move on to the next one. We've already got our blocks all set up, so basically, we'll just get this thing laid out. Get this one out of the way and get it going all right.
So here is how this is going to work. We're going to start with our block I'll get some cut, make sure the ends perfectly squared up and we're just going to get random sizes here. Random lengths, but we want to make sure we've got a good square edge and we're just going to go ahead and cut them into some random lengths right now, which actually makes it a lot easier to work with these when they get a little twist in them. The shorter you cut them the easier it is to glue them all up over there. All right, we're gonna get started here by just setting a couple of up right up against this. Curb that we've set up here.
We just want random links. It's kind of like building a brick wall. You don't want any of the joints to break in the same spot. We've already established a point right here on the table, a mark that we've made that's longer than the actual final table length. Just like anything else, we'll up make it bigger than we need glue it all up and then cut it to the actual size.
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