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This Table Oozes Coolness Answered

This table concept by John Nouanesing is pretty darn cool. It's too bad it only exists as a render so far.

For more fun ideas check outJohn's page.

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Flumpkins

9 years ago

Cool. You should really try to make it!!!

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Thornburg

10 years ago

Looks cool, but I just can't picture that in anybody's house.

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SunbanksThornburg

Reply 10 years ago

It sort of makes me think of something a murderer would have one in their house... That doesn't stop me from wanting a table like this though :D

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GoodhartSunbanks

Reply 10 years ago

This is the table you get when you cross a Magician with a Sloppy painter LOL (table floats until the paint dries ;-)

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SunbanksGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

A very very sloppy painter that has lots of paint :P

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ThornburgGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

Not #1 in the class a spelling, thanks for pointing it out

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GoodhartThornburg

Reply 10 years ago

Oh ok, I thought you meant defiantly :-)

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Plasmana

10 years ago

That is so cool! A drippy table!

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Kiteman

10 years ago

Wow.

What would you actually make that from, though? What material is strong enough to use in legs that thin?

(Some of his things look strangely familiar )

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Big BwanaKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

Steel pipe, how much would a table like that have to support ??

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KitemanBig Bwana

Reply 10 years ago

It's not so much the weight as the bending - there's not much material there to hide a sturdy joint.

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Big BwanaKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

looks like the pipe goes right under the table in a big X and the side pieces where the legs attach are more then likely steel to and you weld that to the legs and your going to have a fairly sturdy table, that looks neat as well....

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Chicken2209Big Bwana

Reply 10 years ago

It probably be a better idea to have a wide post supporting it from the center
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killerjackalopeKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

Solid steel rods, much like those found inside a scanner... these are simply cast over with the resin or whatever it may be, the table top, shallow box frame, covered with a thin sheet of hardboard and covered with the stuff...

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noahh

10 years ago

And the drips are the legs?

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Goodhartnoahh

Reply 10 years ago

Yes, some of them (at least 4 or 5 of them)

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Goodhart

10 years ago

Now that I look at this again, it does look like each corner could "hide" a fairly decently strong joint area for the legs (just behind each "running" section. The Buoy chairs, at his site, would also double in usefulness for those of us with hemorrhoid problems LOL

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HisDivineShadow

10 years ago

thats not cool... you lied to me :(

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skunkbait

10 years ago

It does ooze coolness! Immagine that in a "House of Horrors"!

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jeff-o

10 years ago

Looks awesome! I'd be afraid of guests accidentally breaking off some of those smaller drips that are just hanging down. Heck, I'd be afraid of breaking it myself!

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heavy.metal.nguyen

10 years ago

How much could it hold in the middle before bending?

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Keith-Kid

10 years ago

This would make a good addition to any horror movie!

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eichermacher

10 years ago

Like killerjackalope said, steel rods as reinforcement and plastic on the outside.

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ERNesbitt

10 years ago

It reminds me of a bottle of Maker's Mark

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jessyratfinkERNesbitt

Reply 10 years ago

That's exactly what I was thinking. Their billboards are everywhere around here. :P

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GorillazMiko

10 years ago

I bet I could make one of those.

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Sunbanks

10 years ago

Wow I would love one of those tables! His whole page is pretty cool. I really like the buoy chair too. Even though it's made with a life preserver not unlike the one we have hanging on our wood shed...