|Project by bushmaster||posted 97 days ago||1556 views||21 times favorited||12 comments|
I have not seen any of these tables on this site so many of you may not be aquainted with its concept and design. To fold, pull up on outer edges and flip tops down and together like the pictures’ reverse procedure, set on lawn beside benches and enjoy the view. Invitation is still open and I have more benches.
To build. choose the size of top you want using two equal size pieces of wood. Then 4 pieces that are shorter than the width of the table, and 4 legs. I found that the hole for the pivot place for the legs looks nicer if slightly above center. I used 1/4 inch bolts and washers to bolt it together. lastly screw the cross pieces to the top. Cross piece screws to the side opposite the top pivot. There as clearas mud, eh. The last picture is worth a thousand words though. Just remember to bolt the cross pieces to the outside of the assembled two leg pieces. Works better that way
As a woodworker, sure beats plastic as an athsetic addition to all your other wood products, yes you can sit on it,
-- Brian - Hazelton, British Columbia