DIY Industrial Style Coffee Table. Cedar cladding cut diagonally and nailed to pallet with galvanised nails. Ikea shelf angle supports as legs and hidden central support stud. Exposed pallet structure painted white and table top and base OSB board sealed with clear gloss varnish. #palletproject #palletideas

DIY Industrial Style Coffee Table. Cedar cladding cut diagonally and nailed to pallet with galvanised nails. Ikea shelf angle supports as legs and hidden central support stud. Exposed pallet structure painted white and table top and base OSB board sealed with clear gloss varnish. #palletproject #palletideas

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Cutting Boards by Theo Ferlau ... designed and fabricated for Wickham Solid Wood Studio. The Design was created by Jessica Wickham and myself, and we went through many variations before arriving on this simple design. Each cutting board is unique despite sharing a similar design, ranging in thickness from 1/4" to 1 1/2". These boards are being sold at various PopUp Shops and Craft Fairs.  Fabricated Summer 2012

Cutting Boards by Theo Ferlau ... designed and fabricated for Wickham Solid Wood Studio. The Design was created by Jessica Wickham and myself, and we went through many variations before arriving on this simple design. Each cutting board is unique despite sharing a similar design, ranging in thickness from 1/4" to 1 1/2". These boards are being sold at various PopUp Shops and Craft Fairs. Fabricated Summer 2012

Cut industrial cutting boards using a 3" hole saw to cut discs out of it until I had 5, then bore the center hole out a little less than 1/2" as you use 1/2" all thread Romans screw the discs down on to it. It's pretty difficult. It’s easier to put the rod in the chuck of a drill and thread it into the disc that way. Once five layers are threaded on, use a cap nut and large washer to tighten everything down. Then put the whole thing in your drill and with a piece of sandpaper smooth out the…

Cut industrial cutting boards using a 3" hole saw to cut discs out of it until I had 5, then bore the center hole out a little less than 1/2" as you use 1/2" all thread Romans screw the discs down on to it. It's pretty difficult. It’s easier to put the rod in the chuck of a drill and thread it into the disc that way. Once five layers are threaded on, use a cap nut and large washer to tighten everything down. Then put the whole thing in your drill and with a piece of sandpaper smooth out the…

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