03 Nov. 1994|
Diy timber table,wooden shelf brackets plans,bird houses hole size,wood dye or stain - Review
After using a cheap plastic card table as my only table for nearly two years I decided it was time for a change. Signing UpStep 1: Assemble Your MaterialsTo make this table I used three pieces of reclaimed Douglas Fir. I also used reclaimed wood to make this table so it's a bit cooler looking (and environmentally friendly!).The finished product is heavy, but not too bad.
They came from this 25' piece of wood that they were nice enough to cut into pieces for me.As far as other consumables go you'll need some wood glue, tenons (or biscuits), and some table legs. It also has a protractor that fits to the guide to allow me to cut at any angle.Frankly, a used table saw is probably cheaper and would do a better job, but space is at a premium where I've lived and I move a lot.
Good luck with your desk!-Davemiscbws3 years agoReplyThanks for posting step-by-step - I was so impressed with your table that I decided to try it myself.
I'm planning on opening a coffeehouse in a few years (student loans are a pain in the butt) and I was thinking about doing a big, common, reclaimed wood table and now I KNOW I'm going to.