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Man Cave Bar

After cutting down a red oak to make room for our swimming pool, i couldn't bring myself to turning it into firewood so i brought it to a sawmill and had it cut into 1x boards. After drying, planing and jointing, I set to work on the project. With the exception of the Chicago Bar-rail, all of the other components were constructed from the tree using my tablesaw, compound miter saw, biscuit joiner, router/router table and various hand tools. In the end, one of the most critical tools was a blow dryer. This helped in eliminating air bubbles from the two part epoxy coating on the bar top.

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ryobinationrocks

This is awesome!! Well done.


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Kevin F

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Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Furniture, Renovations

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