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Chris Brigham, of Knife & Saw, always sees so much good lumber lying around his shop tossed aside after a project, so he decided to make something from it. He took a pile of solid Ash strips and glued them up into 2 table sized rectangles. After sanding then down, he cut off the ends and connected the pieces to create a set of continuous lines around the table. Where the scrap met up, they met and where they didn't, there is... See more
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Chris Brigham, of Knife & Saw, always sees so much good lumber lying around his shop tossed aside after a project, so he decided to make something from it. He took a pile of solid Ash strips and glued them up into 2 table sized rectangles. After sanding then down, he cut off the ends and connected the pieces to create a set of continuous lines around the table. Where the scrap met up, they met and where they didn't, there is a void."

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