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Pallet wood end grain table



I used probably like 15 different pallet wood that i collected around the way. After cutting them to size and figuring out the size I wanted it to be I started the glue up process and I also used brad nails.i glued up five different sections. I don't own a thickness planer so I made and used a planing sled with my plunge router to get it to the thickness i wanted. After I used my biscuits joiner to connect all five sections together and than the fun part began the sanding cause we all love to sand right. Once sanded I added three coats of tung oil and then coats of fast drying polyurethane mix with some odorless mineral spirits. This was a fun project I literally got to use all of my RYOBI tools on this project. I'm giving as a house warming gift to a buddy of mine just moved up the street from me think him and his wife would like it

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  • Nice job on this table! It looks awesome!
    By RYOBI NATION, on July 19, 2018

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Pallet wood end grain table

by Reds world of wood
Jul 19, 2018
Medium a9a0565c a3cc 4283 9bc6 966cc54302c7

I used probably like 15 different pallet wood that i collected around the way. After cutting them to size and figuring out the size I wanted it to be I started the glue up process and I also used brad nails.i glued up five different sections. I don't own a thickness planer so I made and used a planing sled with my plunge router to get it to the thickness i wanted. After I used my biscuits joiner to connect all five sections together and than the fun part began the sanding cause we all love to sand right. Once sanded I added three coats of tung oil and then coats of fast drying polyurethane mix with some odorless mineral spirits. This was a fun project I literally got to use all of my RYOBI tools on this project. I'm giving as a house warming gift to a buddy of mine just moved up the street from me think him and his wife would like it