Coffee Table help

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by cousinjack999, 9 Oct 2014.

  1. cousinjack999

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    New to all this , looking to make a nice coffee table like the one in my profile pic. Dont really like the colours on that one , but more interested in how i can make the legs like that. Any ideas on what this type of join is and how difficult the legs would be to do.

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    Appear to be just timber cut at an angle? No joint visible.
     
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    Probably tenoned in, but as foxy says angle cuts with pocketed screws and matching wood caps, I would sugest if your fairly new at it...pinenot :)
     
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    I prefer my coffee tables a little more heavy duty. :) :)
     
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    Now your boasting, nice but...pinenot :)
     
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