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Made my first table in a traditional tool class with Cris Gochner. I liked the table so well that I went back to the school that I teach at and the students and I made an additional 15 or so. Those were made using power tools however. The tables were made of various materials. However, the table that I have posted is QSRO that I purchased from a local sawyer. All leg joints were mortise and tenon. The top turns on a pivot that is made of drilled and taped bar stock.
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Chris experimented on us before he did the article for FW. The last project was a Shaker candle stand. Great teacher.
MokusakuSensei: I assume this is like the Cricket Table project that Gochnour wrote about in the magazine:
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