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Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: Remington270] #2118032
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I made this out of hardie board and sheet cooper. I had a buddy of mine use his press break to fit the copper over the hardie board.


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Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: KHOOKS] #2118039
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Originally Posted By: KHOOKS
Jawbone had a friend of mine work that fire at the plant in Selma. Said the fire was so hot they couldn't get close enough to put water on it. Just had to keep it contained. We used super wood it cut parts out of the college with a three way milling machine. It let us cut parts and not dull milling bits. We made trays for the auto mech shop that fit into there toolboxes and held there tool in place. We spent about a week micing out all the wrenches and socket and what not in there tool kits.


That's right, Super Wood was what they called it. My function and the other officers there were to keep everyone back about 100 yards because of the intense heat. The only time I can ever recall a fire department (volunteers) stand back with the spectators. When Selma arrived they brought a truck that could shoot water from about that far but it made about as much difference as spitting in the ocean, but that was all that could be done.

The shame is the plant was wide open and the product was really taking off. It was a great wood substitute.


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Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: Remington270] #2118055
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Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: Remington270] #2118063
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Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: Remington270] #2118139
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I built this one outof rough cut marine treated. I don't expect it to rot anytime soon



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Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: Remington270] #2118153
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Nice table surefire. This is one I made 10 or 12 years ago and it's been sitting outside either at the house or shop ever since. It's not much to look at but it's made with some leftover tongue and groove synthetic decking I had from a porch remodel so you can see its held up well in the weather. [img:center]http:/[/img]

Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: Remington270] #2119665
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I have 2. One is a concrete round. I love it but don't even think about moving it. That thing weighs a ton.

The other is a Lifetime plastic table it has a steel frame with molded plastic benches and table top. It's about 300 or 400 at Lowe's, but worth it. I will not own another wooden one. The plastic is durable with large adults sitting on it, but you can wipe it down easy and move it wherever you want.

Re: Picnic table that won't rot? [Re: charlie] #2119720
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Originally Posted By: charlie
Nice table surefire. This is one I made 10 or 12 years ago and it's been sitting outside either at the house or shop ever since. It's not much to look at but it's made with some leftover tongue and groove synthetic decking I had from a porch remodel so you can see its held up well in the weather. [img:center]http:/[/img]
Love the synthetic boards, my father n law had some from the late 90s covered at his house, and we used to build a dock at the camp with..


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