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More pictures to come, but I just installed the doors and granite tonight. The egg will hopefully go into the table this weekend. Already planning my first cook with the new table....probably ribs followed by a brisket.
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Beautiful table. Great work. and ROLL TIDE!!!
@RajunCajun Did you use a raised panel door router bit kit to mill the cabinet doors? I have one that I used for some bookshelves and I wish I had read the max RPM warning....
Dude, I totally wouldn't laugh at how much you spent on tools. I've spent a small fortune myself. They get lots of use, so no regrets. Yeah, I ran that 6" raised panel bit at full speed. Sounded like my router table was a jet engine. Ran a ton of boards threw it and it didn't disintegrate. Later I read the warning on max RPM ;) Made two 8.5' bookshelves using the bit set.Sorry it's sideways.
Very nice! I love that pecky cypress look. My fear with my tools is the same as my boat. If I die my wife will sell them for what I told her I paid for them thinking she is getting a good deal....haha. Where do you pick up most of your reclaimed cypress?
It's been about 18 months since I wrapped up this project and I enjoy every minute I spend with my egg and my table....and my favorite cocktail.
Thanks, TEggSun. I like it....it's very functional. I had my old factory BGE cypress table for ~10years prior, so I kinda knew what I wanted.