I decided to add some storage accessories before I moved on to the second drawer. Mostly because a table this size displaces a lot of stuff and I really wanted to straighten up the shop a bit. I had originally wanted to build a shallow cabinet f...
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The core of the table is 9 feet long, with a pair of openings on each end for two ~18 inch wide drawers. The drawers are made out of maple, which I knew would wear well on the drawer runners. I also knew I wanted dovetailed joints because these...
I have seen numerous ways to support a drawer. In this case, I knew that I would have to make my own. The drawer runners for the lower drawers (between the legs) would need to be around 5 feet long, and the runners for the core of the table woul...
The first two parts were pretty boring – Some background info was part I, and part II was all about building some over-complicated sawhorses with 6 legs. Hopefully this is a little more interesting. The original plan did not tie the two ...
I did not want to use the 5 foot by 5 foot dimension of the table that I referenced in the last entry. I knew that I wanted something around 5 foot by 10 foot, but recognized that I did not want to build two tables, they would never come out exac...