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It’s been a few years since I’ve done any serious metal working projects so it’s great to be back! The legs are welded from some really beefy 3×1.5 tube steel for some substantial looking legs, plus some rebar X cross braces, mostly for ascetics and to add some texture.
I installed some threaded feet in the bottom for adjustability since these went on some uneven floors and then you get a bonus shadow line at the bottom of the legs.
The wood top is cut from a solid maple butcher block and finished with Waterlox traditional tung oil finish.The finish is a mix of tung oil and resin that creates an amazing depth to the grain while also adding a protective shine to the surface.