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Farmhouse Table & Benches

We’ll go from a log to a massive table and bench set large enough to seat the whole family and built to last many lifetimes.  Don’t have a log or large pieces of hardwood? No problem – we’ll look at glue up and construction lumber strategies too. The table and benches can easily be scaled to fit any space.

The table is 10′ long and 36″ wide. The benches are close to 8′ long and will each seat four people.  If you add chairs to the ends of the table that would bring the seating to ten.

Instructor: Matthew Cremona

The project includes:

  • 14 step by step lessons
  • 152 minutes of video instruction

$80.00

What You’ll Receive

  • Detailed cut list and plans including a PDF and a SketchUp file (Metric and Imperial).
  • Hours of detailed video instruction (14 videos in total) showing every step of the build.
  • All videos and plans are digital and will be available for download upon purchase. 

What You’ll Learn

  • Table sizing and scaling
  • Chainsaw milling and lumber drying
  • Selecting parts
  • Flattening and joining large boards
  • Breadboard end joinery
  • Angled mortise and tenons
  • Drawbored mortise and tenons
  • Handcut tenons
  • Working with construction grade lumber
  • Gluing up thicker stock
  • Outdoor finishing

What You’ll Need

Suggested Tools:

  • Jointer, Planer, Table Saw, Band Saw, Router with edge guide, Drill, Hollow Chisel Mortiser, Sander
  • 1/2″ Spiral Straight Bit
  • 7/8″ Forstner bit
  • 3/8″ and 1/2″ Drill Bit (brad point preferred)
  • 7/32″ round file
  • Chisels: 1/4″, 1/2″, and 3/4″ or wider
  • Flush trim saw
  • Marking knife
  • Marking Gauge
  • Square
  • Mallet

Nice to Have Stuff:

  • Dowel plate for making the pins (alternatively store bought dowel stock can be used)
  • Shoulder plane
  • Drill Press

14 Lessons Included

1.

Introduction

A tour of the Farmhouse Table & Benches.

6:23

2.

Milling Logs

A unique look at how Matt goes from logs to lumber.

9:25

3.

Sizing

How big should the table be? Here are some guidelines.

4:56

4.

Top Material

Selecting and breaking down the material for the table and bench tops.

10:06

5.

Base Material

Selecting and breaking down the material for the base.

7:30

6.

Glueup Strategies

How to effectively glue up smaller boards into thicker stock.

9:34

7.

Construction Lumber

If you want to use construction lumber instead of hardwoods, check this out!

12:55

8.

The Table Top

The top is constructed from two massive slabs. But first, they need to be flattened!

13:50

9.

Breadboard Ends

Breadboards ends can stabilize a large top if installed properly!

13:12

10.

Base Side Assemblies

Big angled mortise and tenon joints hold the side assemblies together!

15:19

11.

Connecting Assembly

We tackle two challenging joints to give the table extra structural stability.

12:27

12.

Assembly & Finishing

Assembling with drawbored joinery and finishing with epoxy and marine varnish.

13:58

13.

Benches

The benches are like mini tables in and of themselves.

10:43

14.

Wrap-Up & Lessons Learned

Attaching the top to the base and a review of lessons learned.

11:26

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