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Wow, that looks AMAZING. ‎· orgmonkey
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Thanks! I'm pleased with the way it turned out. ‎· Ken Morley
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Wow! ‎· MoTO Babycakes
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Not bad for a bunch of construction grade 2x4s :) ‎· Ken Morley
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Wow! ‎· Pea Bukowski
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stretto ‎· yespa
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Nice! It looks expensive. ‎· bentley
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where you looking? ‎· adler112
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please someone translate this: çok şık duruyor. lakin işlevsel olarak sıkıntılı. o anahtarların yerinde priz olaydı belki daha iyiydi. ‎· Yerdeniz Balıkçısı
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@Yerdeniz Google Translate gives "It looks very stylish. and yet functional as distressed (previously mentioned?). perhaps it was (would be) better (with an electrical) outlet in place of 'key events' (?)." ‎· Elijah Zu Bailey
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Actually it is something like "It looks very chic. Though it has problems about functionality. It would be better if there were plugs instead of light switches." ‎· thef
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bello bello... lo stile industrial con i tubi di piombo è fichissimo ‎· Stocazzo
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Very nice! I could have used something like this in the kitchen, where I used to live. (It was very narrow and the only place you could fit a table was against a wall that had a radiator sticking out.) ‎· April
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That's beautiful, Ken! ‎· Jenny H.
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*wolf whistles* Nice table! ‎· SAM
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@f. Thanks! ‎· Elijah Zu Bailey
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Thanks! Next project is a coffee table in a similar style. ‎· Ken Morley
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@zjemily. @thef 's translate more accurate. f. tenkyü kardiş. ‎· Yerdeniz Balıkçısı
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Would love to see how you clamp your stuff up. I've made enough laminated tables like that, I've decided to build a large vice table at the next shop. ‎· SAM
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You should start your own Etsy store. ‎· ronin
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Scott, here's my mickey mouse method: First I get them flat by laying the 2x4s across several pieces of angle iron arranged on a level surface (with pointy corners up,) then glue and tack in place with a nail gun before clamping with 6 or 8 bar clamps. If I'm making a wider table, I'll glue them in 12" sections, then later join with biscuits using the angle iron as cauls to keep it all flat. ‎· Ken Morley
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Ronin, I don't know how the heck I'd ship something like this. If I called it a media center would USPS let me send it by media mail? :) ‎· Ken Morley
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Just saw this and it made me think of your table! http://www.viralnova.com/the-frye-tables/ ‎· Dani (aka ashuping)
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Wow, those are beautiful! Thanks for linking! I've been meaning to try a table like that for a while. I really like the way she's used metal on the edges. I've been very inspired by some of Ariele Alasko's southwestern style pieces. http://www.arielealasko.com/tables/ ‎· Ken Morley
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Cool. I've typically used thinner pieces and end up with a bit of planing once I pull them out of the clamps. Never tried nailing them together before clamping. ‎· SAM

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