|Project by Mathew Nedeljko||posted 03-15-2015 09:44 PM||2161 views||8 times favorited||12 comments|
I have been using a 3/4” sheet of MDF simply supported by three sawhorses as an assembly table for far too long. I finally decided it was time to get rid of the clutter underneath the table and make something a bit more stable and get organized at the same time. The dimensions of the table are 48×97x30 and I had all of the materials on hand. The legs of the table are laminated 2×4’s reworked from the sawhorses, and are simply glued and screwed to the frame. I added some strapping between the legs and some cross members to provide support for lumber storage underneath the table. I now have it about 60% full and it is solid as a rock!
Thanks for looking in.
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