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Offline ear3

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Help finding member project post about bubinga side table
« on: November 23, 2015, 06:27 PM »
A month or so ago a member (whose name I forget) posted a side table he had made, using, I'm pretty sure, bubinga for the curved legs.  I wanted to use his design as a model for something I;m doing, but I can;t seem to track down his original post (which I think was one of two designs/pieces he included in the same post).

Here's a sketch of what I remember the table looking like, thought the real thing was taller and narrower than my sketch suggests:

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It's a simple design made up of 4 curved legs, connected together only by the top and bottom shelves, which were, I believe, made out of a different species of wood.

Any assistance tracking down the post or the OP would be greatly appreciated.
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Offline Tim Raleigh

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Re: Help finding member project post about bubinga side table
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2015, 06:06 PM »
not sure this looks like what you drew, but was this it?


Offline ear3

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Re: Help finding member project post about bubinga side table
« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2015, 09:46 AM »
Thanks @rvieceli and @Tim Raleigh but no and no.  I don't think I hallucinated the whole thing.  I can see the post in my mind's eye now -- the picture was small sized in the right hand side of the post, but it didn't expand when you clicked on it.  And there was also a picture of another project included in the post -- it wasn't a build post but rather one that showed a couple of examples of completed work.  I was going to use the design as a base for a wedding gift.  Oh well, maybe I'll just have to build it from memory.
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Offline Tim Raleigh

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Re: Help finding member project post about bubinga side table
« Reply #4 on: November 29, 2015, 07:57 PM »
Oh well, maybe I'll just have to build it from memory.

Usually you end up with something more original and sexier...and a whole wack of new tools to execute the nightmare dream.