Octagon table with moulding

Submitted by ted1735 on Tue, 12/16/2014 - 08:04

The angles were very challenging. I wanted to replicate the angles of 55 degrees. But of course my saw wouldn't cut them. So I made a quick jig for my miter saw that allowed the supports to be cut on their side just 10 degrees off 45 degrees equaling 55.

Estimated Cost
I used mostly cull lumber from Home Depot from 2x6s & 2x4s. I made my own moulding from 2x4s. Purchased the 1x8 full price. Around $100 with stain.
Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
Finish Used
Varathane cabernet
Varathane matte touch Polyurethane

Applied stain with Terry cloth covered sponge from Harbor Freight.
4" best roller from home Depot for the clear coat.
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