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How To Build a Modern Coffee Table – Woodworking



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This coffee table was a bit experimental. I knew that I’d be able to build and get the look I was going for, but I was not confident in the strength at all. It has a pretty large cantilevered top. But, I figured it was worth it to give it a shot. If it works, that will give me more confidence in other designs moving forward…and if it didn’t work, it’ll give me more knowledge about designs moving forward. Either way…it’s a win!

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  1. ▸ Woodworking Plans Available Here – https://www.foureyesfurniture.com/plans
    ▸ Woodworking Plans Example Chapter – https://youtu.be/RPB9yMqpMt8
    ▸ Support on Patreon! – https://www.patreon.com/ChrisSalomone

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  2. Hello 🤗 I love your channel ❤️ and I'm new to wood working, I was wondering what app you use for 3d modeling…what do you think is the best option for designing furniture? I'd appreciate it if you could help me🙏🏼🌹

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  3. I'm planning to use this as the template for a waterfall table with channels on the top surface, tubing, and a pump hidden in a sound dampening compartment on the one end. Only hiccup to my plan is preventing water splatter as the water hits the tray. Thoughts?

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  4. 😃👍

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  5. Hey, I love your videos, but ive notised a big safety problem, at 4 minits in, your leaning over the edger, and your jumper draw strings are hanging down. It's gets kind of close, probably try and keep lose clothing tied up and ticked in. Now that I've said that, I love you work and you have realy inspired me to push my woodworking in new directions

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  6. en que ciudad viven me gustaria conocerlos trabajos muy exquisitos los felicito

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  7. Großartige Handwerkskunst aber für den täglichen Gebrauch ungeeignet !

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  8. Why didn't you just drill through-holes for the inside 4 elements with motrices for the outside 2 and have a straight dowel? Have a have a bunch of spacers in between when you glue up. You can glue up 5 elements at once and can dial in the last element with the proud dowel and mortices of the last outside piece?

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  9. not good for putting drinks on, with all the gaps.

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  10. this is just some shitty overthought, hipster dogshit ""table"" that completely missed it's purpose of being an actual table. I wouldn't sit on that """table"" for 10 thousand dollars. enjoy your backpain drinking coffee at that shit.

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  11. Now, I'm not a wood worker and this might be more trouble than it's worth… But if you want to go longer you could consider hiding steel rods inside your wood. This is typically how cantilevered concrete slabs are made. If you hid a solid U shape of steel inside the wood U shape, it should be very very durable. I don't know how you would hide it without ruining your wood, but I feel like that would be your job to figure out being the wood guy, haha. It might be possible to hide that you filleted each piece of you cut them in the right spot, or maybe if you have a ridiculously long boring tool you could slide the support inside through a spot that you can hide in the existing joints.

    I'm commenting early on, so forgive me if you address this.

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  12. this is really an amazingly designed table, it has both heftiness and lightness in the design. And although using plywood may not be ideal as a coffee table, it does bring an element of surprise into it. Anyway, loving the tone(both voice and color) and storytelling of your videos.

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  13. what designer app do you use?

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  14. I just had to click this video because that is the ugliest table I've ever seen. What a waste of good wood.

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  15. I am a complete novice to this stuff and was just wondering, why is the CNC only used to carve out the templates and why is most of the shaping of the wood done using saws and planers when I would think the CNC mill could just cut out the entire thing and just leave manual finishing work to be done?

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  16. new subbie….. This was amazing to watch

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  17. Great design!

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  18. To estimate if a wood solution work, you just need to avaliate by aparato the strees the joint is able to suport, and then calculate the stress of the console, to the maximun cargo you ecpect to the table. Is simple, and the data is usable in a general way.

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  19. (for the beginning), id say itd look good with a metallic cilinder for support

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  20. Come on babe,not the high waters role up👌

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  21. Only thing I would have done different is finished each piece before the glue up. This way sanding and finishing between the gaps would have been much easier.

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  22. I wonder if it's possible with simple 2x4s?

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  23. Yes, love this

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  24. Looks amazing, the only thing I’d change is add a clear glass top, just because I know I’d put a remote or coffee on it and it’d either fall through the gaps or stain the wood

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