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CNC table made entirely from reclaimed 3/4" pine boards along with some plywood for the top and the drawers. I chose nice 3/4" hardwood plywood for the top because I wanted the top to be as flat as possible to reference off of.

This has been on my to-do list since I moved into the new shop - the X-Carve was getting sick of it's temporary home on top of some sawhorses. This was build tall, specifically because my body likes tall surfaces and also because I can fit 4 saw horses and my giant toolbox underneath (with all my framing tools inside).

Step 1: Lumber & Rough Sizing

I start in the lumberyard, aka my collection of reclaimed pine.

I start by ripping all the stock down to width on the table saw. Legs are 3" and aprons are 6".

I cut the legs down to length (36") and the aprons down to rough length (you'll see why later).

<p>Nice! I dont know how I missed this one!</p>
<p>Thanks Mr. Wright :)</p>
<p>no thank you!</p>
<p>great job!!! who music play in background</p>
<p>Music by The Happy Fits: http://soundcloud.com/thehappyfits/dirty-imbecile</p>
<p>Nice one, Paul! VOTED</p>
<p>Thanks Michael! I just threw some votes your way :)</p>
<p>Voted!</p>
<p>Much appreciated!</p>

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