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  • Gazebo table completion

    I thought I would share a recently completed project. I built a gazebo last year and it needed a table. I wanted to weld up something unique so I decided to make a 40 round table with an inlayed leaf design. I designed the leaf pattern using AutoCAD and then ring rolled all the flat bar to create the design. I created the pedestal base from an old chunk of 7 pipe I had and added some decorative supports. I finished it off by completing the leaves using aquarium gravel and then topped it with a glass top. Everything was TIG welded. Bending was done with a ring roller and my homemade metal bender.

    If you are interested in seeing pictures and information regarding the build you can view them here; http://gordsgarage.wordpress.com/cat...door-projects/

    Gord





  • #2
    Great work.

    Ji

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    • #3
      Is it attached to the deck somehow? The hex base looks like it might be a bit wobbly, but it looks like it might be attached permenantly somehow.

      Very nice work! I have to admit, I'm more impressed with the base. Thats some pretty cool construction.

      Later,
      Kev

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      • #4
        Sorry, checked the blog, question answered. Nice work!

        Later,
        Kev

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        • #5
          Looks like condensation under the glass could be an issue,But nice job.

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          • #6
            Great design and good workmanship.

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            • #7
              Absolutely beautiful!

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              • #8
                Very sweet! Great job.

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                • #9
                  Looks Amazing...Love it!

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