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Making a Cherry Wood Table from a Log

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From the cherry tree to a live edge, breadboard end, table. Just a quick video show the process from start to finish. A note about the breadboard ends: only the middle tennons are glued and the mortises toward the outside are large to allow for wood movement, mostly shrinkage in this case as the wood still has a lot of moisture. Have fun woodworking and good luck!
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Giuseppe Colombo (26 дней назад)
I have a cedar wood table. What treatment can I use to protect it from bad weather and something else (coca cola sauce, etc.)
Spar varnish?
om Classic (1 месяц назад)
Wow, beatifull table
Thank you
Dessert Man (1 месяц назад)
Beautiful Table well done even in flip flops :)
Thank you, I also have a pair of steel toes, but I like my flops
Shane Knerr (1 месяц назад)
Very nice work. I LOVE CHERRY WOOD. I made my bedroom outfit out of cherry, all the drawer fronts grain matched.
Shane Knerr (1 месяц назад)
Lol MUSIC BY. fiddles magenty Is that iron balls magentys brother
Antonio Castiglia (1 месяц назад)
Questo e uno dei video piu insignificanti che ci sono in rete. Ti fa hirare gli occhi. E non solo.
Joel Adams (2 месяца назад)
Like it a lot. Litt slower would have been better
catchemalive (2 месяца назад)
I notice you said the wood still had a lot of moisture. Will there not be any trouble with the top boards ever separating as it dries? I just cut a walnut tree to do the same thing here and was wondering how long I needed to let the boards sit? Thanks and beautiful work man!!!
Thanks man. The rule I've heard is approximately 1 year to air dry every inch of thickness. As long as the wood movement is anticipated and planned for most problems can be avoided.
tackless (2 месяца назад)
Thank you for the video and you made it gorgeous table. I made a similar type table out of slab Elm. Yes I said Elm . My neighbor owns a sawmill and when I told him I wanted some live-edge wood to build a dining room table he said I have something that you won't believe. He told me he cut this and stored this in his Loft back in the late 60s to make a dining room table for himself and his family. He said now that they're all gone so is the dream of the table so you take it and run with it and make something gorgeous. I said what do I owe you and he said dinner on the new table when it's done. It turned out beautiful and it's a real heirloom. Unfortunately he only had time enough for two dinners before he passed away but at least he got to enjoy the table also . I miss ya Mr. J . Take care T
D C (2 месяца назад)
Idiot with sandals
I'm not the brightest
pat marvel (2 месяца назад)
aucune technique de menuiserie, de la merde
Glastenbury Designs Woodshop (2 месяца назад)
This table came out great
FANGJAGD TV (2 месяца назад)
How long has the wood been dried? Greats from Germany
tackless (2 месяца назад)
I just made a Live Edge table that the wood was cut from an elm tree that was felled in the late 1960s. It was sitting in my neighbor's Loft for approximately 45 years. I think it was dry enough. LOL . I also made a fireplace hearth or surround I'm not sure of the proper terminology but I built a fireplace with fancy inlays and onlays that was from a cherry tree that was cut and stored inside for about ten years . The mantle was 13/4 thick by 68 inches. Most of the face was 7/8 thick . 11 years now and no checking on anything .
At the time only 6 months, which isn't enough, but the client wanted to risk it. Table is almost 3-1/2 years old and holding up great!
D Pete (3 месяца назад)
Nice work!...
Pyro Jaeger (4 месяца назад)
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eventualentrophy (4 месяца назад)
everyone loves log
james dostie (4 месяца назад)
Karl.Friedrich Gyzmou (4 месяца назад)
the safety shoes are cool :-)
lust4bass (4 месяца назад)
Great work. Wood is superb too. I'm not too found of the support system you chose though. As a matter of fact, sorry to say that, it does not seem you chose any system... it is just 2 planks, it is very square. I understand weight must be safely supported but you might want to change that. Or with another system with real feet, or by giving the current system another shape. You could cut some voids and break those straight lines for a more lively shape. Personally, I like when light can flow under the furniture, and when shadow is minimal, it gives the room a totally different, more cheerful atmosphere. Cheers
Hare Brahs (4 месяца назад)
looks nice but i dont understand why you would install it with screws and glue plugs over it when it still in the shop, doesnt that over complicate the transport?
Kęstutis Kurminas (4 месяца назад)
Great work
Veysel Ulutas (5 месяцев назад)
bravoo. you are great
Miguel Navarro (5 месяцев назад)
hola estoy interesado en mesas de suar que precio tienen enviar mail thank you how many dolar table cop suar?
eight banana (5 месяцев назад)
Zwiedzamy España_ MMBus (5 месяцев назад)
Mega 😁
Autodidact2 (5 месяцев назад)
"Cherrywood," one word, idiot, not two.
Teach me oh wise one
Dusty Rusty (5 месяцев назад)
Beautiful work. Please slow done the playback next time.
eco-ranch.us (5 месяцев назад)
Very nice! Thanks for the short video on this!
Three Rivers Wood Yard (6 месяцев назад)
386 misclicks
Humberto Espinosa Neira (6 месяцев назад)
Hola hermoso trabajo,. Una consulta cómo pegaste la otra parte de las patas, solo se ve que atornilla un lado , pero el otro lado como lo unes,. Gracias
Георгий Тер-Сааков (7 месяцев назад)
Можно по медленней, я записываю!!!😑
Shimon Oren (7 месяцев назад)
Beautiful. I wonder, how many hours of work did that take.
Dusty Rusty (5 месяцев назад)
It only took 2 minutes and 50 seconds. Fuggin' amazing!
Sandy Sutherland (7 месяцев назад)
Great work. Pity about the tattoos!
Sherrod McWhorter (8 месяцев назад)
That is one of the most beautiful live edge tables I have ever seen. I love the end finish.
Garzon Laperle (8 месяцев назад)
If you want to know how to make it yourself, just look for woodprix instructions.
Dessert Man (8 месяцев назад)
500lbs easy👍
Cristian Boldor2000 (8 месяцев назад)
Tye Bear (8 месяцев назад)
SWEET Bud!!!
Jurekk221 (9 месяцев назад)
Beautiful job, thats what a table should look like.
Jurekk221 thank you
Fransico Benitez (10 месяцев назад)
You made it look so easy I made my first dinning room table out of cherry just like you but I didn't put a bread board like you did I should of Done that but I had limited resources. But I under sold my self sold it for 900 and I put dovetails and filed a few cracks with epoxy and carbon dust making it look a glossy black
For Kids (10 месяцев назад)
waaa,very nice
cactusbobaz (10 месяцев назад)
Absolutely beautiful. Thank you!!!
samsul hadi (11 месяцев назад)
Sheree Morgan (11 месяцев назад)
So beautiful!
alvaroeguzman (11 месяцев назад)
Great work! I wish you had not sped up (is that a word?) the video so much. We can hardly appreciate its true merit. On the other hand, rather than the music you could explain a little about mortises, tenons, etc., for those of us less skilled, and in the process avoid being criticized. You can be really proud of the nice furniture you are making. Congratulations!
I took your advise on the next one
Nikki Brooks (1 год назад)
What time of gloss/ polish did you use?
Nikki Brooks tung oil
Chris Rosch (1 год назад)
how long does it approx. take to do this and how much does it cost? :)
Chris Rosch this table sold for around 4k
Tim Buck II (1 год назад)
Beautiful job!
endurance (1 год назад)
just wondering what the finish you used was? was it danish oil ? beautiful table
endurance (1 год назад)
great job you did , got me inspired to make some
endurance pure tung oil
Stu Stewart (1 год назад)
Very nice table indeed ! Only one point I would like to make here , and that is its not a good idea to secure the top of any table to the bottom supports (legs, table frame ,or as in this case the full wood supports with screws and or glue.  Wood ( especially this size wood ) will move within itself from season to season, and will most likely crack, or warp because the tension has no place to go . Best way is to drill over size holes in the support pieces from under the table leaving the wood ability to move within the over sized hole when it needs to . Another thought if the top needs to be refinished at any time during is life ,simply unscrewing and lifting off the top in this case is not possible without removing the pegs driven in from the top.  Just making a suggestion here ( from experience) and not trying to belittle anyone !      Stu.
Stu Stewart (1 год назад)
Thank you for your reply, and keep the wood chips flying !     Stu.
Stu Stewart good points. I have plenty of knowledge of wood movement and have made my fair share of mistakes. In this case I've had lots of luck doing lots of tables with a fixed base. The reason it works in this situation is that the grain on the base and top run the same direction. The fact that the wood all came from the same tree and that the top and base are the same thickness all lend to the success of this type of construction. I've also built many tables which allow for the movement with elongated holes and also with slots and brackets. The great thing about woodworking is that there's so many methods. This table is still in excellent shape 2-1/2 years later, and I'm betting it'll hold up fine for years to come.
Maurizio Di Girolamo (1 год назад)
Really good work with a wonderful music!
Love wood.
rats arsed (1 год назад)
Nice work bench. Could stand some holes for your hold-down clamps, but that can wait till you get the vise mounted.
rats arsed great idea
duda202 (1 год назад)
How much and where can I buy one?
Kurt Cooper (1 год назад)
Beautiful table!!! How did you make it? I'm @ the optometrist getting fitted for speedo glasses...... Lol
Shawn MacLeod (1 год назад)
What did you use as a finish ? polyurethane?
Shawn MacLeod pure tung oil
Philipp Raths (1 год назад)
heey dude, first realy nice tabel you made looks pretty sweat. I have a question I have to make a thing (sorry my english is limited) to finish my carpenter school i was thinking about a tabel wit the natural edge, you have some usefull tips for me?
NucleaR_EFECT (1 год назад)
la viteza asta ... cine intelege ???
blonde lebanese (1 год назад)
I love it! What a gorgeous fucking table!! I sure wish I could find a man that is so talented. I’m an artist, I paint and draw so it means a lot to me that a guy have some creative spirit. You do beautiful work, sir. I really love the live edge...so much natural beauty. 🤗
blonde lebanese thank you
Kovačević Dobrina (1 год назад)
Thats awesome. Some of the pinheads are concerned about splitting. It won’t split because of the way it is assembled and also the thickness of the boards. Also the type of rip makes a huge difference.
Alex Neumann (1 год назад)
well done
Jeff Nagy (1 год назад)
How long from slicing log on saw mill, until you began fabrication? Were you concerned about warping/cupping? Thanks, jeff
perrymac (1 год назад)
I like how you put the live edges on both ends.
peter Van den Branden (1 год назад)
Very nice work ,bro
LARPin’ 4 the LORD (1 год назад)
My kind of guy. Kicking ass while wearing shorts.
Roberto Ercole (1 год назад)
Non sono interessato
Dean Waddington (1 год назад)
Strelok88 (1 год назад)
what did you use to seal it?
Strelok88 tung oil
Keith Flanagan (1 год назад)
I absolutely adore your work bud, What is that biscuit joiner type of tool that you're using, I prefer the look of the peg like dowels than the biscuity type things for table of that weight.. How would I search for one by name on the net, thanks again and keep up the good work.
Keith Flanagan (1 год назад)
Cheers man, I've spent this past day or so checking them out and comparing between this Festool & Mafell double dowling alternatives, no comparison by the looks of things. I got a price for one of those Festool DF 700 EQ , case and all the accessories for UK - £837, not bad for a bad ass tool like that, Thanks again,
Keith Flanagan thanks man. It's a festool domino, but be warned they're pretty pricey! Great tools though.
WV591 (1 год назад)
oh yeah. tu
Jesse Seidel (1 год назад)
Just wow. Well built..
Jesse Seidel (1 год назад)
True Wood Design, Inc. Custom Woodworking & Yacht Carpentry pure toung oil. From maguire. Gunna order me some asap. Thanks again brother. Keep up your awesome work. I'll try doing the same Lol.
Jesse Seidel they sell something called tung oil at home depot, but it's mostly poly. I like using pure tung oil by miguires
Jesse Seidel (1 год назад)
I have been looking into all sorts of finishes. I think I found it. You are awesome thank you much.
Jesse Seidel just tung oil
Jesse Seidel (1 год назад)
Was that a stain you used or poly? Curious. You are very welcome.
c dawg (1 год назад)
NICE!!!!!! I am trying to build a table out of a fallen oak tree, and a door also....
Richard Schaffling (1 год назад)
Beautiful table
Luis Stanker (1 год назад)
Wow laddie... THATS a table 👏👏👏😉
Joanne Nardoni (1 год назад)
StephenNu9 (1 год назад)
Cherry is such an excellent wood to make furniture with. The only thing I would have done different is mortise and tenon to hold the top. The central brace is clever.
leif forrest (1 год назад)
here's a FB page that stole your video. https://www.facebook.com/woodworkingloves/videos/760067600861952/?hc_ref=ARQD9EAwmwoIIwvyvJqw13dgOSrOva-17fEExbCSINuxPR0bTyXe67UmF6BgV0rv8ho
leif forrest (1 год назад)
True Wood Design, Inc. Custom Woodworking & Yacht Carpentry sure, if they tagged you or gave you credit. You should watermark or display your info all over your video. Cool stuff though. Good luck
leif forrest guess it's ok, free publicity
Sten Muchow (1 год назад)
what kind of nazi downvotes this... awesome work!
Sten Muchow thanks!
Red Poppy Ranch (1 год назад)
Love the table.
Charise Parker (1 год назад)
that a beautiful table and piece of art! i love it
Matjaz Jankovic (1 год назад)
Excellent job!
Phoebe Esguerra (1 год назад)
Matjaz Jankovic hok
Matjaz Jankovic thanks!
T_ S_ (1 год назад)
You should sell tables like this in London to rich people, and provide a video of how it was created. You will get a lot of business. People here are so detached from the real world so will love this shit.
Anarchy Time (1 год назад)
Its a nice table. If i was making it for myself i wouldn't have put the end bits on. I just don't like it when the grain goes two different ways.. Don't get me wrong amazing table and many people would love it, just a personal thing for me :p
Anarchy Time thanks, and no offense taken, if everyone liked the same thing, everything would be the same.
Devin Thomas (1 год назад)
Wow! Wish you lived near us, I would be a helper for free
Devin Thomas thanks man
David G (1 год назад)
Only tools I have in this video are hammer, screws, and drill.....looks great though
30guarino I was there once.
Edgar Salgado (1 год назад)
Showwwwww!!!!! Muito lindo!!!!
Larry Aubry (1 год назад)
Gorgeous table. I love live edge furniture, and share your passion for it. How long did you give the wood to dry before you started? I read through the entire comments section before I posted, and that wasn't made clear. I would like to know.
Larry Aubry I let it dry in a metal build in Florida heat for 6 months. That brought the MC down below 12%. I planned for shrinkage after assemble. could have used another 6 months drying, but 3 years after completion the table still looks great. I do have to pay a visit to trim the breadboard ends about a 1/2"
Frankie Teague (1 год назад)
tomica vicanovic (1 год назад)
nmbygodsgrace (1 год назад)
Rebel1280 (1 год назад)
I always thought the wood had to "dry out" or "cure" before using like this due to warping. Looks great man!
Rebel1280 (1 год назад)
haha good stuff man :)
Rebel1280 it definitely needs to dry, that's the magic of video editing! Thanks!
Charlie K (1 год назад)
Why the annoying music?
I thought it would go well with people's annoying comments.
Victor Garcia (1 год назад)
just beautiful
Randy Salava (1 год назад)
How did you match up the live edge of the breadboard with the rest of the table?
I just cut it is all.
Michael Campbell (1 год назад)
Can I ask did you use oil or varnish for the Finnish.👍
tung oil
Geert Remans (1 год назад)
how long did the wood dry after sawing? nice work btw
Geert Remans (1 год назад)
About 6 months, a year would have been better, but in the hot metal building, the MC was low enough to work with. Years later this table still looks great, and I left plenty of room for shrinkage in the way I attached the breadboard ends.
Алексей Рехачев (1 год назад)
Слишком стремительно. Не показаны узлы сборки
David Ben-Abraham (1 год назад)
A true artisan, but I didn't care too much for the uncut edges of the table. Otherwise, excellent work!
Marcel80ful (1 год назад)
Verry nice!

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