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Saturday, May 01, 2010

Jim is building a wedging table

Today, he's working on the cement He's got a frame built for the top. I'm anxious to see how me makes the beveled top. Yes, there will be photos. 


RANDOLPH said...

I like the strength of this welded table. Where did you get your training. How much does the table weigh with the nicely inclined two sides. It appears to be a pretty dry locale. I came here from the clayart list.
Randy Roberts
Oak Park, IL

Deb Thuman said...

Jim copied the wedging table that is in the studio at NMSU where we take clay classes.
He used 4.5 80-pound bags of cement for the top. The center of the top is 2" higher than the bottom edges. As for how heavy it is..... very. We have no intention of ever moving it.