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I made this for my boy for Christmas. It has 6 10”x10” Lego plates, so it is a pretty good sized work surface. It is made from plywood with maple trim.
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#1 posted 02-03-2011 11:43 PM
That’s awesome! I wouldn’t mind having one for myself, I mean for our friends kids… I believe you’re never too old to play with Legos. Great job.
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#2 posted 02-04-2011 02:44 AM
Joe, my grandfather made me a storage container with a full size work surface about 22” square for a slide in cover. The bins held all the loose blocks. Pat
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#3 posted 02-04-2011 04:21 AM
Great idea. My boys are always building some lego city that can not be moved without it looking like an earthquake hit it. I think I may steal this idea.
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#4 posted 02-04-2011 03:05 PM
That is great. Im 42 and still play with legos. I have loved legos since I was a kid. I had a whole town set up on a plywood sheet when I was younger. All the kids would come over and want to play with my them.
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#5 posted 02-04-2011 07:40 PM
Simple and awesome, I love it!
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#6 posted 02-05-2011 04:07 PM
That is an awesome idea. Consider it stolen! Thanks for the inspiration…
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#7 posted 03-10-2011 03:01 AM
Nice job, I bet your Son has logged many hours in building stuctures. How did you attach the lego plates? I am making 2 lego tables with the 4×6’’ plates and I got construction adhesive to trowel on to attach the plates… but now am having 2nd thoughts on if this would be the right application.
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#8 posted 03-10-2011 11:44 PM
I just used epoxy to attach the plates, just smooth it out pretty thin or you will get wavy plates.
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