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Reclaimed Oak Extension Dining Table // How To Build – Woodworking / Welding

Check out the Wood Whisperer Guild project here: In this video, I built a Parsons-Style Extension Dining Table out of reclaimed Oak and steel. Check out Powermatic’s full line of power tools here :

Learn more about my Lincoln Electric PowerMIG 210 MP Welder here :

The base was constructed from readily-available steel tubing, and the top was made from reclaimed lumber and features an extension mechanism that will allow the top to expand 36 1/2” with the addition of two leaves, all without moving the base.

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📦 Materials Used On The (affiliate):

Epoxy :
Wood Finish :
Plastic Metal Plugs :
Extension Slides :,43586,43594&ap=1
Black HDPE :
10-24 Flat Machine Head Screws (for installing HDPE strips) :
10-24 Round Head Screws (for installing extension slides) :
#8 Lock Washers (used with the extension slide bolts) :
Cutting Fluid :
1 ¼” Spax screws (20 in total) :

🛠 Tools Used On The (affiliate):

Planer :
Jointer :
Lincoln Electric PowerMIG 210 MP Welder :
Table Saw :
Metal Detector :
Festool Domino :
Parallel Clamps :
Drill Press :
Random Orbit Sander :
Router :
HVLP System :
Countersink Bit :
Depth Stop Collar and 5/16″ Drill Bit :
Metal Cutting Saw :
Angle Grinder :
Flap Discs :
Center Punch :
Drill and Tap Bit :





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