This 10'x30" table was constructed entirely from free, reclaimed lumber using a clever laminating technique that eliminates the need for a dozen pipe clamps. "There's a lot of wood out in the world free for the taking -- in dumpsters, back alleys, vacant lots, abandoned buildings, recycling yards, and architectural salvage centers. Most wood, if free from rot, is just as strong, durable, and good to use as new wood, once you sand off the weathering." The rest of the materials came in at under $100.
Read all about the process at Instructables.
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