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Build a Farmhouse Dining Table: Part 2

Part two on how to build a farmhouse dining table! In today’s build I make an apron from 1×4’s that will allow the table top to expand and contract with changes in temperature and humidity. The apron build calls for kerfs to allow the use of table top fasteners from Rockler. Later in the video I sharpen and use chisels to make a stop chamfer on the (4) turned legs purchased from Osbourne wood products. From there I install hanger bolts into the legs and attach the legs using kerf mount brackets. Check out the video below and enjoy!

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Written by Rick

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