Bar Height Slab Table | How-To

This is hands down one of my favorite builds to date! I enjoyed the entire process, from the renderings(pics on my instagram) to the final assembly.
The client wanted a unique bar height table, and I stumbled across a beautiful cherrywood slab with the proper dimensions. I have always had an affinity for tusk tenon furniture, but I wanted to work metal into the design–the solution I came up with was steel legs with a wooden stretcher and zebrawood tusks.
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Tools used & products used:
Dewalt DW862 Cold Saw –
Dewalt 4 1/2 Angle Grinder –
Throatless Shear
Lincoln Electric 140C Mig welder –
DEWALT DW734 Planer
Delta Unisaw
Freud 10″ Dado stack

Dewalt XR 20V Drill –
Dewalt 20V Circular saw –
Dewalt 20V Jigsaw –
Rockwell 14″ Bandsaw
Swanson Speed Square

Finishes used:
Denatured Alcohol –
Mineral Spirits –
Boiled Linseed Oil –
BT&C Garnet Shellac flakes –
General Finishes Antique Walnut gel stain –
General Finishes HP Top Coat –

Track list:
1. Jahzzar – Jardins du Luxembourg
2. Doctor Turtle – Search For The Zero Inside Yourself
3. The Fucked Up Beat – Olympus Mons We Are Happy Chemtrails