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Brentwalter

Member Since: 04/2016

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  1. Comment: 2 months ago
    Farm Table
    6'6" x 4' x 2'7" high. Thanks for the comment 
    By Brentwalter
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    • Awesome work!! What are the dimensions on this table?
      By RYOBI Nation, on April 12, 2019

    • 6'6" x 4' x 2'7" high. Thanks for the comment 
      By Brentwalter, on April 12, 2019

    • cool table bud, like wood grain on this
      By RoylandS, on April 19, 2019
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    • Beautiful work. The smaller the project, the more accurate it has to be. You nailed it (probably without any nails)!
      By mrpip, on September 1, 2017
      • Thank you for the comment. Your right no nails all glue. I made this for a friends daughter who is getting married at the end of this month. The finish is with 800 grit paper and 4 coats of poly urethane gloss.
        By Brentwalter, on September 1, 2017

    • Where do i get the plans and instructions for this. Want to make one for my daughters wedding.
      By Nuannce, on September 2, 2017
      • I do not have plans. Just went off the dementions that the customer wanted. 16"long by 14"deep and 12" high. 45 degrees on all corners. Put the bottom on the inside of the box and then put the top on. Wants all dried I went to the table saw and cut the top off at a certain size so the hardware would fit and that was my lid. Used appropriate sand paper. Put on polyurethane gloss 4 coats and used 800 grit between coats. Hope this helps
        By Brentwalter, on September 2, 2017
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    • This would be perfect in my sewing studio as a cutting table. 
      By Triciahill7, on April 28, 2019
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    • Love your design. Is it custom?
      By mrpip, on April 13, 2016

    • The design was for stand alone chairs I found online but I took two and added the table for a different look. Also used walnut furniture buttons to hide all screws to make it look better.
      By Brentwalter, on April 14, 2016
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