Mixtape coffee table

Generally what I do in these cases is to show the real price and then include a discount. That way there are no false impressions of pricing.

How did you do the letters?

I keep seeing your posts all over the place, and I gotta say; you really inspire me! I’ve got a lot of things figured out due to ur posts alone. This one is really giving me this itch to get out and make something lol I can see something like this eventually in my mancave!!

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I def will! I just got mine machine within the last month, so I’m just wrapping up “getting used to the machine” phase, and everything almost dialed in and my projects will start pumping out!
(I actually Just finished my 60 min mod last night!)

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Just like it says: AWESOME

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Nice ad layout.

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Ad looks great Phil. So have you decided on using the metal legs for ‘production’? Do you make them or order them in?

Seriously impressive… You’ve set a very high bar here and all we can do is commend you for it. Great work.

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You are so underpriced it’s ridiculous. At least double that price, probably more.

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I always say price to how busy you want to be. You get too many and you aren’t loving doing it anymore, price it higher!

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Pretty cool Phil! Nice detail…

Mike

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I have big rocks from the yard I keep handy in my shop. waiting for someone to ask me WTH?

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Really really nice work Phil. It looks awesome! If there are not the high shipping costs to Germany, and the fact that I have also a X-carve, I would buy one directly.
Keep it up.

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This looks really cool. Since you are planning on putting a Acrylic / glass top on, it would look pretty neat if you cut out the area in the center window between the spools and the winding dogs for the tape ribbon.

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Impressive work Mr.Phil!

SIde story on the use of unusual clamps.
I used to work in a crating shop some years back where we would put every thing from air filters to animatronic dinosaurs and everything in between into wooden crates.

We, as a crew were packing up some mobile target presentation units, the machines on small gauge rails that would pop a target up from behind a berm for the soldiers to shoot at, for the US Army.

In personally was working on a prototype piece for another customer and had 2 fairly large pieces of particle board about 1" thick each that I needed to glue together and no clamps big enough. Then I saw the stack of 3 of these already packaged mobile target units, about 4000 pounds in all and $250,000.00 a piece just sitting there. Yup, grab the forklift, lift one end, set it down and presto! A $750,000 wood working clamp.

My boss just shook his head and walked away.

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I meant cut those areas out completely so you can see right through the table in those spots.

ANNND this comment can be disregarded since I just realized there is a drawer there and it wouldn’t make any difference.

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Love the detail of the screw heads on the bottom (where most people won’t see it)… little details like that put this over the top.

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That is a beautiful table you have there but to be honest $800 seems awful cheap. The work and quality I am seeing is worth at least twice as much. Kudo’s.

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I love the result, but mostly I like your shop organization. Anything you need, just there, grab’em. :confused:

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My work area looks like that and I have no kids at home any more :slight_smile:

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