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The table is 6 inches longer than the plans dimension. The joinery is countersunk and plugged screws instead of mortise and tenon joinery. The wood is Walnut with Watco Danish oil finish. Very good DVD and plans from Fine Woodwoodworking.com
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Very nice use of grain in the wood. The finish is very well done also. A pleasure to see. Thank you for your post.
The legs slope out at 2 degrees per the plans. I eliminated the convex and concave curves and straight tapered the legs on two sides.
Are the legs splayed and curved?
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