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Getting closer to a full set

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  • Getting closer to a full set

    Hi guys,

    I've been doing some more work on the outdoor setting with renovations drawing closer to an end.

    now have 2x one seaters/side tables, and just finished the 6 seater table today.

    materials are 50x50x1.6mm stainless steel square tube, fully tigged and blended, with 90x19mm jarrah hardwood decking slats screwed directly onto angle bar supports, which are tacked to the frame.

    now i have to get working on some 2 seater benches to go with it and it will be a complete set for the new patio.

    on a side note, i've just ordered a makita lc1230 dry cutting chop saw with an 80T blade. i'm very keen to see how it goes on the thin wall stainless tubing i use- i reckon it's going to save me lots of time and give me more accurate cuts than my bandsaw can with it's bent and twisted cutting bed

  • #2
    Thats awesome looking.

    I really like the way you finished the corners with the mitered look.

    Fantastic job.


    • #3
      Beautiful work! I think if I had put that much TLC into those I'd have to keep them inside. I couldn't stand to see the weather get to my babies! You find a market for those and you could make a fortune.


      • #4
        thanks gents,

        they are sort of indoors- it's a fully covered patio, thats about the most sun they get and only for about 1-2 hours a day.

        one of these days i might make a few pieces in my spare time and try to sell them but for now, work is keeping me busy enough


        • #5
          excellent work.

          you will like that dry cut saw.


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