A mesquite coffee table. The first photo has the rough cut pieces with black epoxy poured on to fill the cracks and voids that are typical in Arizona mesquite. The assembled table needs sanding and finishing.
The photos below show the completed coffee table, ready for delivery.
This project is a pair of 8'-2" high x 42" wide x 2 3/4" thick solid mesquite doors. The pattern is inspired by antique Mexican style doors. The doors will have a large 45 degree bevel around each of the thick raised panels. The photos below show one of the completed doors along with photos of the doors in progress including an exploded view showing the traditional mortise and tenon construction I use.
Each door is shipped in a custom crate and are surrounded with 2" of foam padding. Extra items like door jambs and thresholds are layered on more foam and locked in place for shipping. The crates for this project were 9'-8" long x 4' wide x 15" high and weighed 600 lbs each when completed.