Office MEETING TABLE from Pallets
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How to Make an Office MEETING TABLE from Pallets
Reusing pallet wood is quite a challenge. If you find quality pallets, break them down efficiently, and spend time milling them, there is actually some great wood to be found.
I cut up around 10 pallets to get enough wood to build a small meeting table for my office. I ended up with many different types of wood, such as red oak, white oak, pine, poplar, cedar, cypress, maple, a very fibrous reddish hardwood, and one more type I couldn't identify (kind of like maple but was greyish).
It was a fun experience. My small jointer and planer were begging to be done after all that work. The size is 42"L x 42"W x 31"H. The base was made with poplar lumber found at a construction site dumpster.
They were great to keep the base unfinished and rugged. I blacken the screws on my Big Green Egg grill.
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Source: Kevin Jett
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