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Easy To Build DIY Wood Coffee Table



Easy To Build DIY Wood Coffee Table

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  1. Amazing job !!!!

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  2. Noooooooooooo, pocket holes!

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  3. Love it Jason 🇦🇺👍🏾

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  4. I was looking for rustic tables for refinishing inspiration. Your personality is hilarious, and your narration is soothing. Oh and I love the coffee table.

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  5. I’m currently making a coffee table in my cti class and I wasn’t sure how I should connect the legs to the skirt and you gave me a good idea on how to do that. Thanks! Also well done, it looks great.

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  6. Creative 👍

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  7. Love the detail.

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  8. It's the perfect size to take a nap on, missed opportunity. 🙂

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  9. hey bourbonman love your videos, i feel inspired and am learning at the same time!. I have a question if i can´t get those z fastners could pocket screws work to hold the top to the skirt?

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  10. Love it, looks awesome and super helpful video! On those final support pieces in the frame, did you screw them only to the legs or also to the skirt piece? Would pocket holes be the best option for connecting the support piece to the skirt, do you think? Also, do you use the dado bit on your tablesaw frequently? I was looking at a new saw And wondered whether it was worth spending a little extra to get that feature. Cheers for posting, awesome work!

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  11. Wish you put a drawer in it but I’m going to try to make one 😊

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  12. nice shirt

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  13. Love it. I have tons of reclaimed wood, So I’m always looking for cool stuff to build. I’m just a beginning wood worker hobbyist but I love making things! Thanks for the cool channel.

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  14. The rithme of explaition is perfect. Not too slow not too fast. And juste enough infos so we don't get lost in the details. You juste go to the essentials ! Keep up your good work !

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  15. Do NOT underestimate the value of extended staring time.

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  16. So, I reclaimed my mother-in-law’s coffee table…

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  17. Thanks, I love it

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  18. Great!

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  19. Loved it!

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  20. Hey Jason, as a fan of yours, I have to warn you that some one is using your image as their thumbnail for their phishing like ad, thisthatapp is the name I saw on the ad, your thumbnail's presence tricked me into clicking on it, I don't at all blame you but wanted you to know. Are they a sponsor?

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  21. رائع Wonderful

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  22. Nice table bearded man. I’m making a coffee table too during the weekend, my own design though with epoxy original design on some parts.

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  23. wow that looks soo good. i need more saws 🙂

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  24. title is misleading. if you have all of those tools, then ofcourse it is "easy to build"

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  25. Check out some miter clamps by ‘Chestnut tool and Chowder Company’ I saw them on the finish carpentry TV YouTube channel.
    Great work Jason!!

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  26. Dude, great project, inspirational.
    I truly appreciate the organic and respectful way you work the material and preserve vintage feel of the final piece.

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  27. Great project, exactly what I'm been looking for, could you please provide me with the dimensions ? I would like to give it a try… ;o)

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  28. Great video Man, but a few measurements wouldn't go a miss, not to mention plans 🙂

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  29. What is this, a coffee table for ants?…Zoolander pun anyone?

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  30. Plenty of clamps to keep it nice and… clamped.

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  31. Great work. Makes me want to purchase a lot of tools and do this. Unfortunately, I'll have to just work out of my 16×24 shop. Very cool, though!

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  32. And the hole?

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  33. Great work!

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  34. 4 legs, like most tables… 😂

    Awesome project thanks for sharing it!

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  35. It's exactly what we wanted Lots of reviews by people are saying it's not sturdy MyseIf.Furniture ours must just be assembled correctly because it's sturdy. No, lifting up the top of the table from the side isn't gonna work. Lift from the center. Not hard to do.

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  36. Great watch, really enjoyed it. Any rethinks 2 years on? Planning a work bench but can decide if this will work for me.

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  37. Awesome table

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  38. you are funny how to present your table:D, i would like to see a frame bed too . greetings from Romania!

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  39. have watched your recent videos am amazed no comment on the missing knot holes LOL you have stepped up you game on new videos

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  40. Great rustic-looking table. With longer legs, that would make a great dining room table also. Love the build.

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  41. very nice

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  42. Nice table mate!

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  43. SOMETHING RUDE

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  44. Can you tell me the three Rubio colors and ratios? I’m making a dining room table from 100 yr old pine and this was a great color

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  45. Enjoyed

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  46. Sorry I'm just now seeing this video almost two years later. Did that knot you glued on the top fall out after all?

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  47. Using the Maillard reaction to color your wood with a brûlée torch. Alton Brown would be proud.

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  48. Love that.

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  49. Hey dude been watching and learning from you videos. Just loved this table and I will be building one just like it. Of course I loved that you got your inspiration from where I live . I’d love to know which part of Ireland

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  50. furniture plan aquarium .

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