Published at Saturday, November 10th 2018. by Jeanette Wright in Kitchen Table.
The same way the table top going to be painted. It's gonna have an undercoat a top coat and epoxy on it, and the undercoat is going to be stained to match their kitchen cabinets and the top coat is gonna be white and then the whole thing is gonna be shabby chic, which is why I took some liberties in the finish because you're not going to see any of these patches or little marks that are on there, because the whole thing will be eventually painting it and you're only little spots.
Where I go back in and shabby-chic it and then the whole thing is gonna be treated with epoxy, so I'm gonna put that first layer, Steen, so the tabletop has been trying for six or so hours, and I took the clamps off and I put My pattern back on here and trace the outline of it just to kind of give me a guide. So when I'm using my router, I called a piece of wood. It's a thin sheet of glue on that's about seven inches wide and I per-drilled holes that much. My router base, and then you measure from the center of where the bit for the router would be out to your radius in order to get your circle.
So since this is the 54-inch tabletop, I measured 27 inches of the circle now in order to attach it to the table. I use this wood screw that has part of the shank exposed towards the top, and that just makes it easier for that piece of wood to spin around it in order to attach it to my base. I just take the base off of my router. I did countersink these holes for the screws so that the heads wouldn't touch the table top, but the screws on my router or round-headed, so they still stick up. So I just take this shiny, packing tape and put it over the heads of the screws. Just so they dark don't Mar the surface and it slides easier.
The bit I have to compass is going to be an up cut spiral fit, and this will cut this really well, but this wood is super dense, so I'm probably going to end up making three or four paths at about 3/8 of an inch for each you. You so not gonna bother staining the underside of the table; it won't be shabby-chic, so it's just an added stuff: that's not necessary. So the last thing I'm gonna do before I flip this over and sand the top as a material of three its inch hole where that Center screw was, and I'm gonna put half of the three agents down there.
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