Steel Spring Table

January 31st, 2019 in member junk     
Refinerii Refinerii, member
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New dining room table I made today; for the whole story behind it see my blog at .

A huge, heavy train spring, with a concrete saw for a top.  Base is an old plow disk with bolts for feet :) 

Pattern or design used: My own design - Amber Conger
posted in: member junk, metal, eclectic, furniture, industrial, kitchen, farm, dining room, table, cast iron-metallic

Comments (19)

TrinketFarmer writes: I would scoop this up in a minute if you'd let me. At first I thought you used a drum cymbal. Posted: 12:11 am on January 4th
junkermidge writes: That table is beyond cool! I love it, love it, love it! Way to go!
Midge Posted: 2:30 pm on October 31st
DownHomeDIY writes: Just checked your your it! This table is the coolest. You've got skills!
Posted: 9:16 pm on October 29th
CottageElements writes: I am lovin' this piece!!! How cool is that! Definitely a conversation piece. Glad to see you posting again!

Lani Posted: 11:45 pm on October 27th
suewannabeinkc writes: Incredibly cool! I'll bet it's quite the conversation piece.
Thahks for sharing!
Joanne Posted: 12:43 pm on October 27th
shabbychick writes: WOW! Your table is absolutely amazing! And, a coating of diamond dust around the edge (a little hidden "bling"!) :)

It looks wonderful in your dining room!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 11:33 am on October 27th
JunkArchitect writes:
Now that’s a spectacular table. I need welding equipment…really bad.

Posted: 11:04 am on October 27th
Grasshopper22 writes: WOW...that is awesome! Posted: 10:22 am on October 27th
chippingcharm writes: that's a unique table...wonderful! Laurel Posted: 10:02 pm on October 26th
TinTinJunkFan writes: what a wonderful project...amazing... Posted: 2:47 pm on October 26th
racers7 writes: That is so coooool. I'm stoked about your use of awesome you can work with that material! Melody Posted: 12:08 pm on October 26th
Refinerii writes: Thanks for all the comments!!

monakent--Yep; it's been awhile since I posted: have been taking care of familiy stuff since spring; just now getting back into work/biz.

oldnews---this type of saw blade really never is sharp; the very outer edge has a line of diamond dust coating that cuts through the concrete. All I had to do was clean it up with a wire brush :)

RustyDiva---I got the spring at Pacific Recycling; they have them quite often in different sizes. All train cars have them; they are like the shocks/struts on your car :)

Will post more projects soon...

Amber Posted: 10:39 am on October 26th
RustyDiva writes: Wow ~ how does one come across a train spring and who knew trains had springs. :) Awesome table and awesome combination of components!! Posted: 10:23 am on October 26th
3wheelinskippy writes: Love your new dining room and really enjoyed strolling through your blog. Posted: 7:23 am on October 26th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh, this is cool! So very impressive!
Thanks for sharing.
Candy Posted: 9:00 pm on October 25th
alicemom writes: That is to "spring" for! SuPeR-DuPeR!
smiles, alice Posted: 7:23 pm on October 25th
oldnews writes: Really neat! I love that huge spring, what a find that was! How did you get the saw blade dull enough so that it doesn't pose a problem as a table top? This is pretty amazing looking! Marie Posted: 6:41 pm on October 25th
monakent writes: I have missed seeing your artwork/handiwork. SOOOO glad you didn't forget us. BOY, so I ever love this piece!!! Absolutely amazing!!! Looking forward to more of your work. gailmarie Posted: 5:59 pm on October 25th
bluebucket writes: Very cool! Very unique!
doreen Posted: 5:36 pm on October 25th
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