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Waterfall River Table

Matt takes us on a live edge journey by creating a unique one-of-a-kind table. The “waterfall” refers to how the grain will seamlessly run from the table top into the primary leg support. Matt will even show you how to create a cool “river” table design as well. You don’t want to miss this one!

 

Instructor: Matthew Cremona

The project includes:

  • 17 step by step lessons
  • 321 minutes of video instruction

$70.00

What You’ll Receive:

  • Detailed cut list and plans including a PDF and a SketchUp file (Metric and Imperial).
  • Hours of detailed video instruction (17 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:

  • Waterfall Joinery
  • Cutting and Drying Slabs
  • Flattening Wide Boards
  • Defect Stabilizing with Epoxy
  • Installing Bowties
  • Large Epoxy Pours
  • Creating Custom Patterns
  • Creating Inlay Templates
  • Live Edge Treatments
  • Angled Bridle Joinery
  • Basic Welding
  • Wiping Varnish Application

What You’ll Need:

  • Circular Saw
  • Router
  • Random Orbit Sander
  • Drill
  • Bandsaw and Chisels (for bowties)
  • Table Saw (for bridle joined base)
  • Welder (for tube steel base)

Nice to Have:

  • Track Saw
  • Domino Joiner
  • Handplane

17 Lessons Included

1.

Introduction

We kick things off by taking a look at the slabs and by starting to conceptualize this project.

6:53

2.

Milling and Drying the Slabs

A demonstration and discussion of cutting slabs with a chainsaw mill and a bandsaw mill.

12:25

3.

Project Vision

We take a closer look at our slab to come up with an overall vision for the table.

14:14

4.

Stabilizing Defects with Epoxy

We'll use epoxy to fill an stabilize the cracks and voids in the slabs.

17:39

5.

Flattening the Slab

We use a router to flatten and thickness the slab since it's too wide for the jointer and planer.

22:58

6.

Touch Up Epoxy Fills

We touch up the epoxy fills so they look perfect!

17:44

7.

Bowtie Inlays

We inlay a set of bowties which add visual interest and can also be used for stabilizing cracks.

20:25

8.

Live Edge Treatment

We give the live edge some love!

15:58

9.

Waterfall Joint

Executing the namesake joint of this table to make the grain flow from the top into the leg.

25:44

10.

Glue Up and Finish

We glue together the waterfall joint and apply a finish to the table.

31:48

11.

The Base

Adding a trapezoidal bridle joint base to support the other side of the table

26:01

12.

Trapezoidal Steel Base

To switch things up a bit, we make a steel version of the trapezoidal base

15:47

13.

Epoxy River Waterfall Table (Part 1)

We talk epoxy resins and pour an awesome river with chatoyant metallic pigment

26:20

14.

Epoxy River Waterfall Table (Part 2)

We cut the waterfall joint through the epoxy river, take care of some final details, and apply a finish.

16:56

15.

Glass River Waterfall Table (Part 1)

We build the core of the table and create a template for the custom piece of glass

23:43

16.

Glass River Waterfall Table (Part 2)

We install the custom piece of glass into the table and apply a finish.

18:21

17.

Wrapping Up

We take a closer look at each finished table.

7:48

1 review for Waterfall River Table

  1. bem8992 (verified owner)

    I’d easily rate the series 10 stars out of 5 if I could. My skill level is slowly moving up from “wood-butcher” to “woodworker.” This was my second (and third) live-edge table, and my first try at the waterfall design. Matt has made the construction of the table “idiot-proof” with the video series, although I did my best to prove that wrong at times. The series prevented me from making several costly mistakes which more than offset the cost. Highly recommended… 4 thumbs up! Thanks Matt… you made me look like I have skills!

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