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This is a project I made this year as a 2nd year student in GMIT Letterfrack. Hope you like it.
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I drew up each piece on a CNC and cut them out from there.
The Glass is attached using NANO470 glue to Stainless steel oval fixings which are attached to the table body.
I'm curious: How did you cut the pieces? And, how did you attach the glass to the form?
Thanks sk2tobin, alot of blood sweat and tears went into the the design and manufacturing of it.
Great Table! I can't believe you are only in your second year in school. That table looks like it was made by a pro.
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