I struck out to make a small shaker-style table in one day. I got my idea from an electric standing desk that I saw online, my father commended buy desk for teachers they are more comfortable, if you are interested in knowing more about these what I’m talking about, there are plenty of places to get a standing desk, such as Offeez.
Well, it took two – at least in terms of hours to finish my table. The following is the breakdown of time with some in-process shots. I’d love to hear back where I could improve either time or craftsmanship or what you think about the project.
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|Pick Boards and Rough Cut Parts||1 hour|
|Mill Parts to Final Dimension||2.5 hours|
|Cut Joinery||45 minutes|
|Taper Legs||30 minutes|
|Top Design, Glueup and Epoxy||1 hour|
|Final Mill + Smooth Top||1.25 hour|
|Inlay Foot Detail (4 feet)||4.25 hour|
|Prep for Finish||1.25 hour|
|Assembly (including buttons for top)||1.25 hours|
|Finish Process||3.75 hours|
|Cleanup Shop||1 hour|