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3 LEVELS of Coffee Tables -DIY to PRO Build



We’re back with another 3 LEVELS Build, this time its Coffee Tables -DIY to PRO Build!
Learn some tips and techniques for all types of woodworkers. A coffee table was the first furniture project for all 3 of us.

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  1. Ok, if you're using a jointer, it's not a beginner table, IMHO. Love the content. Thanks.

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  2. Challenge, 3 levels of indoor dog kennels…

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  3. Not gonna lie. The beginner one looks the best to me and the pro one looks the worst.

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  4. “WELCOME TO DIY, ALL YOU NEED IS LUMBER, A SAW, AND DRILL!”

    proceeds to use an expensive ass jointer

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  5. I’ve started to devour your content like the monster from starship troopers and it’s not very fair to say beginner all you need is a saw and wood and proceed to use all of the pro level tools 🤷🏻‍♂️ just saying I’m definitely beginner Level with just a saw and some wood lol

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  6. I have been working on a replica Soviet mosin crate. I want to cut a hole in the too and put in plexiglass and store my 3 mosin nagants in there. It would be a dope ass coffee table.

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  7. 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

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  8. where do yall buy your wood from? specifically for the Amateur table?

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  9. All 3 were awesome in their own way! Im gonna try making the beginner as a coffee table, the intermediate as a kitchen table and the expert as a custom desk. Go Steelers!

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  10. None of these really speaks to me. Especially the pro level one cause I'm jealous and don't have a nice big walnut slab of my own. I like the beginner one by design but would prefer better joinery and have it made from a pretty hardwood. They all look nice but I doubt I'd ever get one for my home as they don't match the Walmart decor vibe I've got going over here.

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  11. “All you need is some lumber, a saw, and a drill” immediately cuts to him using a jointer lmfao

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  12. Go Steelers!!

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  13. I find myself on these generally siding with the DIY version. I despise both the artdeco style in the second table and also hate the live edge slab nonsense done to death already. The only issue I have with the DIY version is the lazy and weak construction. Why does every DIY project these days depend on shitty pocket holes? I mean fuck by the time I was ten I knew how use a dado stack, router and hammer and chisels and how to make all sorts of good joinery. If you're going to make sawdust then learn to do it right. Leave the Kreg on the shelf at the BORG where it belongs.

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  14. Tbh, while the difference of wood makes me like 2 more, the build of 1 is alot more appealing imo

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  15. Aww, you're using Krylon. I used to love Krylon, I actually still love their spray paints, just not the company. I personally refuse to support them ever since they discontinued the Model Master line of paints.

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  16. What is the tool called @6:35 and what does it do?

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  17. All those rings and watches and loops around limbs are sure dangerous to work with rotary tools…

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  18. "All you need is lumber, a saw, and a drill."

    First tool used is a huge effing jointer.

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  19. Brother. I’m in pa. John can I pay you for a course with me n my pop?

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  20. Whats with the audio? Loud, soft, static, clean, soft, random every ~20 seconds

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  21. What you`ve done is interrupt the sequence of life and death of a tree by creating a beautiful work of art. I know who George Nakashima is and he would be impressed with your build. I think all three of you did quite well. I would put them in my house. 😉

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  22. I love these different level of builds, but as an actually DIY hobbiest, I don't have any type of several hundred dollar worth of planer/jointer, I don't even have a pocket hole jig but that's easy enough.

    I'd feel a lot more way inclined to do something beginner like this if we start ommiting things like air guns, jointers/planers, etc.

    Gimme stuff limited to a circular saw, a drill/driver, a square, maybe a hand planer, and an orbital sander and a pencil. Something that feels like an actual DIY challenge.

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  23. "All you need is lumber, a saw, and a drill."

    Plus a jointer, a second saw, pocket hole machine, clamps, sander, track saw, and paint sprayer.

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  24. Why do the pro ones always suck

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  25. Love this channel and so glad I found it. I am just about to start my first wood project with making a desktop for my office.

    I was also looking into buying some bookshelves but thought I would see if you have one of these 3 level builds for a bookshelf. I do not see it so I want to request this idea
    for a future video.

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  26. Beautiful design👍👍👍

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  27. HAHAHAHA
    Beginner: I am gonna build a coffee
    Beginner: All we need is some lumber, a saw and a drill.
    John Malecki beginner: proceeds to use a $600 miter saw, a $3,000 table saw and a $4,000+ Jointer.
    Beginner: I think I want to try pocket holes.
    John Malecki beginner: Let me try out this $400 Kreg Foreman
    Beginner: I need to glue these pieces of wood together, that I cut and jointed with a lottery winners amount of tools
    John Malecki beginner: Let me grab this $1000 worth of Bessey clamps and my top will be super flat.
    Beginner: I need to make the end of my glued up boards flat
    John Malecki beginner: let me grab my festool $1000 track saw setup.
    Beginner: I need to spray some finish on my project
    John Malecki beginner: If you don't have a fancy pants machine like us, then call up John Malecki and he will let you use his $2000 dedicated finish spraying station.

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  28. Using Mac = major loss of respect…

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  29. too much talking, not enough building

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  30. Sad i havent seen any more of these videos

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  31. I've got a slab of butternut that's almost 6'x3 ' I was going to do a live edge piece but the I think a river is the way to go I don't have walnut in my state really or at least very little (ny) and I'm not paying out of state rates since most of what I do I just make and sell randomly here and there but the really nice ash I have locally gets sickening… I really wish I lived in a black walnut state

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  32. I really don't like quarter sawn wood with that super parallel look in the grain idk why people pay extra for it if they're doing anything that's supposed to have an intricate type look..

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  33. Beginner: some lumber, a saw, and a drill….and a big-ass jointer…and a pocket hole jig…and a ton of clamps…and a Festool track saw 😂

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  34. I wonder what software George Nakashima used.

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  35. Plans for the begginer table don't include the 4 7" boards in material list, you will need for the table top….just a heads up

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  36. The bowtie kills the mood.

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  37. I'm enjoying the channel so far guys….also a wood worker in the 'burgh. Good stuff.

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  38. Question

    I'm making a kind of kitchen top but for outside undercover area
    Im in Europe so temperature is from -20 in winter to +40 in summer
    Wood is European beech
    Top is 2.4m x 700mm x 40mm
    Glue up is from 5-6 peaces various width smalest is 80mm, widest 120mm.
    So im thinking to put steal squere tubes through the wood with rod inside of tube and tight all that up, but not from edge to edge but from roughly 50mm from live edge to the end of the top.
    Will that crack, move, bend or cup, is my question
    Thanks

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  39. i really like diresta. no talk, ALL action.

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  40. What was the size of the lumber for the top?! I’m confused looking at the plans

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  41. Great job on all 3! It’s definitely easier when you have 200k in tools available.

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