Marilyn Nguyen Dining Table November 05th, 2018 - 08:33:31
Farmhouse table that we built with only framing lumber, Basically, a pile of framing water, but the end goal is that it doesn't look like a pile of framing lumber, so we have a little trick for that. We like to rip off this rounded edge right here. It's so easy to rip it off with the table. You'Re gonna make a two by six sandwich: okay and clamp it up. Alright, let me dry we're going to use a sander and we're going to sand both sides to make sure that the seam is really nice and smooth, and then we got some chunky table legs like a three dollar chunky table edge. Once we grip all of our boards down, we can pet all of our board's guys. Hopefully, you pick a partner and it's not just like mine and over here on social media making pocket homes in a lot of our pores. You can figure out where to put the pocket holes by downloading the plan, click the link, private, all whoa. Okay, we have all of our pets made and we are about to start assembling and ashes plant this entire table on your computer. But this is the first time we've actually built it. So we've got it on our phone, we'll see how you'll see how it goes. It's just flat.
We're going to start by assembling that flank tabletop and we're gonna. Do that with two and a half inch pocket hole screws on each plate All right! You can see right here where we've got these two pieces together, we've got a super smooth, seam right there that no tons are going to get stuck in. This is a kid-friendly table which makes it a mom-friendly table. You can see, we've got pocket holes, running different directions on these boards. The pocket holes running this way are going to attach the planks together and then the pocket holes that are running this way are going to attach. That's productive right now, right once we've got the plates all to put together, then we're going to measure and cut those breadboards to fit perfectly to side.
Tabletop is done, we're moving on to the base everything pretty solid, tabletop right there. We started by laying everything out kind of like a puzzle. We wanted to see where everything went and we'll start assembling start by attaching the legs together with those apron pieces and then follow up with the supports, even though our joints are going to be rock-solid with those pocket hole, screws we're still using glutes to make it Extra sturdy, All right we've got the frame done for the table and now we're going to put these runners that are going to stretch between both legs. The first one is the short one we're going to attach that with two and a half inch pocket screws and it's going to be flush with the top of the legendre's.