I seem to have a backlog of furniture restoration projects for the holidays. First off the rank is a modern dining table with an interesting extension mechanism. The table is in reasonable condition except for a worn and possibly water damaged table top. A couple of days sanding and polishing seems to have done the trick. The extension leaves are screwed to angled battens which slide under a central frame which supports the main table top. In what might be a fine furniture making first I used epoxy to fill the damaged screw holes so I could redrill and secure the extension leaves.