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Used Oak Table
- Postpone consideration of
- a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
- postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
- a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"
- Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting
- A smoky flavor or aroma characteristic of wine aged in barrels made from this wood
- the hard durable wood of any oak; used especially for furniture and flooring
- A tree that bears acorns as fruit, and typically has lobed deciduous leaves. Oaks are common in many north temperate forests and are an important source of hard and durable wood used chiefly in construction, furniture, and (formerly) shipbuilding
- a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"
- An Oak is a tree or shrub in the genus Quercus (; Latin "oak tree"), of which about 600 species exist on earth. "Oak" may also appear in the names of species in related genera, notably Lithocarpus.
used oak table - Freud 99-036
Freud 99-036 Adjustable Tongue and Groove Bit Set, 1/2-Inch Shank
An industry leader for over 50 years, the Freud name equals quality, precision and craftsmanship. Freud router bits feature Freud made TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for maximum cutting life. Each bit is individually balanced, giving a cut above the rest. Trim carpenters, remodelers, and woodworking enthusiasts can now mill molding of almost any size, shape and configuration to add beautiful detail to match existing trim or create an all new look. All thats required is a 2-1/4 HP or larger router, a sturdy router table and fence, and a selection of bits from Freuds Architectural Molding Series. The adjustable tongue and groove bit set produces perfectly fitted tongue and groove joints for projects such as shaker style cabinet doors. Exclusive Freud design features a tongue cutter with opposing shear angles to ensure a flawless finish for stock thickness of 1/2" to 1-1/4". Groove cutter adjusts at .002" increments for groove widths of 7/32" to 3/8".
The Freud Difference
Freud manufactures some of the most innovative, technologically advanced saw blades in the world. To ensure that the highest quality products meet the toughest design standards, Freud owns and operates six manufacturing facilities in Western Europe. Freud is one of the few manufacturers of woodworking tools in the world that produces its own MicroGrain carbide with titanium, called TiCo -- a combination of titanium and cobalt. Freud develops different types of carbide for each application to maximize the cutting life and performance of the tool; and Freud also operates one of the most modern product development research centers in Europe. By overseeing the entire manufacturing process from start to finish, Freud guarantees some of the highest quality, most advanced products in the industry.
About Freud's Industrial Bits
Serious woodworkers choose serious accessories. They choose Freud. The Freud name equals quality, precision and craftsmanship. Freud router bits feature TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for maximum cutting life and are individually balanced; providing a cut above the rest. When you’re looking for a serious router bit, look for Freud red.
About this Adjustable Tongue and Groove Bit Set
Freud's adjustable tongue and groove bit set is ideal for producing perfectly fitted tongue and groove joints. Freud's exclusive design features a tongue cutter with opposing shear angles to ensure a flawless finish. These bits are adjustable at .002-inch increments for stock thickness of 1/2 to 1-1/4-inch, and groove widths of 7/32 to 3/8-inch. The tongue bit diameter is 1-3/4-inch, 7/32-3/8-inch carbide height, 1/2-inch shank, 3-1/4 inches overall. Groove bit diameter 1-3/4-inch, 13/16-inch 1-11/32-inch carbide height, 1/2-inch shank, 2-11/16 inches overall.
Use this set to produce perfectly fitted tongue and groove joints for projects such as Shaker style cabinet doors. These bits cut all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods, and softwoods. They are designed for use with table-mounted portable routers.
These bits are covered by Freud's limited lifetime warranty.
Rose on Oak Table
OK. OK. I know there are a lot of things I could have done to this photo. Could have cropped it. Could have lightened the dark areas a bit. Etc. Well, I'll tell ya, I looked and looked at this photo, imagining what I could do to improve it. I finally realized that I like it very much just as it is. The oak table has been part of my life since I was a baby. I think it belonged to my Aunt Josephine before I was born. Same with the blue canister behind the rose. It's been around since I was a little kid. The white looking pole next to the canister is actually a floor lamp. I was a very small boy when my parents took me, on a very cold winter evening, to the Colorado Public Service store in downtown Denver. We discussed the merits of all the lamps in the store and I was allowed to add my input. The one chosen was the one I liked. It was my favorite because it had a little light at the base of the lamp which could be switched on with a foot switch. That was just the right sort of lamp for a little boy. I'm talking 70 years ago. The lamp is still here in my life. As for the rose, my wife bought it the day we bought the camera that took this photo. It is a Canon G9. Yay!! We love it! My wife took several photos of the rose and used one of them in a book cover she was designing for a mystery book publisher. The corner of the window shows a little bit of the outside environment. We have lived in this house for 32 years, so I like to have that little corner showing. So there you have it. Those are the reasons that I didn't mess with this photo. I just posted it as-is. THIS LOOKS BETTER IN THE LARGE SIZE.
Medium Oak Star Table #4, view 1
Probably 15 years ago I put 4 medium star tables out in a shed and haven’t looked at them since. A couple things have happened lately to make me think that I should get a picture of at least the top of the tables. This forth medium star table that I made is 32” across and 30” high when the pedestal is attached to it. It has 16 kinds of wood on it and over 3200 pieces of wood including what is on the pedestal and feet. They have held up very well in the boxes that I had them stored in considering the hot and cold that they have been in over the years. One thing I don’t like about these tables is that back then I was using Elmer’s glue to mix with sawdust to fill the small cracks between the pieces. Then in damp weather the glue joint rises and you can then feel a little ridge between each piece. It makes the whole top feel not as smooth as I like them to feel. The types of wood from the center are: ASH, Hackberry, Satinwood, Zebrawood, Narra, Canarywood, Brazilwood, Bloodwood, Purpleheart, Kingwood, Honduras Rosewood, Brazilian Rosewood, Monkey Pod Wood, East India Rosewood, Wenge and Oak.