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Title:Dining Table Made Entirely from Pallet Wood

I build a farmhouse style dining table out of 52 old pallets. This was my first time working with pallet wood. The end grain butcher block style top is 3" thick, 3' wide by 6' long and the trestle base is all mortise and tenon joinery. This was quite the project and at the end of the build, I share how long everything took and all the extra costs associated with working with "free" wood. I hope you enjoy, let me know your thoughts in the comments and please get yourself subscribed to the channel. Ryan P.S. At the very end, I say I'm going to show some final pics and then fail to include them in the video. Apologies! :) ▶️ Support this channel SHOP BOARDS: PAYPAL: CRYPTO: ▶️ Follow me Instagram: TikTok: ▶️ More of my videos 3D Patterned Coffee Table 3D Patterned Cutting Board From Barrel to Butcher Block // Woodworking Optical Illusion Cutting Board: Links to products used in this video: 3M Cubitron Ceramic Abrasive 6" sanding discs: Festool Rotex Sander: Freud Glue Line Rip Blade: Diablo 80 Tooth Fine Finish Blade: GRR-RIPPER 3D Push Block: Gravity Heel Kit For GRR-RIPPER: 3M BlueTooth Hearing Protection: Silicone Glue Brush Rockler: Tape Measure Stanley: Router Flattening Bit Freud: Pipe Clamp ¾” Bessey: F-Style clamps Bessey: Titebond III Glue: Camera Tripod: Sony A6400 4K Camera: Iphone Tripod Mounting Bracket: Belt Sander Makita 4”x24” : Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 1:42 Dismantle pallets 3:14 Prep wood for milling 5:02 Milling (joint, plane, tablesaw) 6:30 Assemble panels & glueup 9:12 Crosscut end grain strips 10:02 Tabletop glue up 11:04 Assemble base pieces 12:11 Flatten tabletop 14:13 Mill base pieces 15:12 Pallet wood biscuits 16:00 Mortise & tenons 18:00 Glue Up base 19:05 Applying Oil 20:00 Creating clips for attaching top to base & tusks 21:28 Final thoughts 22:13 How long everything took 23:30 Actual cost 24:06 Final stats


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