So, after the move into my new studio space I dedicated the space. Ordinary Miracles was born and the first order of business was to get built an assembly table. Fortunately, I scheduled time out of my busy spoon making to finish this table. It as with many of my woodworking projects didn't come easy. I miscalculated the weight of the table and as a result the adjustable feet collapsed and broke under pressure. The carcass of the cabinet is 2 x 3 construction with 3/4 inch birch panelling and 3/4 inch maple face frames. I would guess it to weigh about 300 pounds. So, as a result four broken leveling feet, I had to extend the low legs with blocks to be level with my table saw. I wanted the table serve both as an out-feed table and utility table. It's dead flat and from my experience will serve me very nicely with what I need to do on a daily bases. One side has two large drawers and two cabinet style doors with a large open interior. The opposite side has two large cabinet style doors that house my air compressor and air tools. I have more then enough storage.
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Jason Weymouth is the owner of Carved Wooden Spoons of Brunswick, Maine. He specializes in handmade heirloom quality wooden spoons, spatulas, and custom made kitchen utensils.