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New Table

r_mewhortr_mewhort Posts: 15
edited 5:49PM in EGG Table Forum
Hi All

I have built my table generaly fallowing the design from The Naked Whiz. I am curently waiting for some help to come home before placeing the egg in it's new home. I chose stone as opposed to ceramic and brought the top stone to the front of the table. The wood is all recycled lumber and the top surface has been oiled with foodsafe mineral oil. The lower serfaces are stained and then mineral oiled.

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I think I will add anouther 1/8 inch piece of hardboard or plywood under the top stone to raise it above flush with the table top. and I also plan on a decoritive trim/moulding for the upper front edge of the table but that can wait for anouther day.

Comments

  • Looks good.... I am planning my table now! How long did it take you to put together.
  • Nice job.I like the shiny stone and beautiful wood!.
    I'd still put the green little feet under your egg for more air circulation.
    Here's a good article.
    http://www.nakedwhiz.com/eggbase/eggbase.htm
    Jon
  • @ shubydoobydo

    My Dad and I started Tuesday morning (Ok Monday night but we made a booboo and had to take it apart)and we brought it to town Thursday morning with sanding and finishing to go. Sanded and stained Thursday at home. and Friday(today for me)I oiled and placed stones and polished unfinished edges. So it took about 16-20 hours for construction and about 6 - 8 hours (broken up) of finishing. Plus I still have some more ideas Before I will say it is finished.

    @ Serial Griller

    Was Planing on putting the feety under the egg but I am waiting for a couple of bodies so two of us can move the completed egg into position and anouther can place feet in the apropreate positions. I have had a couple of good lookthroughs of this site and have added it to my bookmarks/favorites.
  • jj Posts: 33
    nice table
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