|Project by trasner||posted 11-30-2012 07:33 PM||5009 views||24 times favorited||16 comments|
I finally got around to making a nice assembly table that also serves as my tablesaw outfeed table. I was very happy with the result as this was my first attempt at raised panels drawers and framed cabinet doors. I used a Freud cabinet bit set which was very sweet! I have two large sliding drawers on the right with a sled storage area on top of the drawers. On the left are adjustable shelves inside the cabinet doors. I had room in the middle so I made an extra storage area with a little door (actually it is big enough for me kids to hide in).
The top is a torsion box made using two 3/4” plywood pieces with a 1/2” plywood grid inside. I used lap joints for the grid. The top is 4” in height. I stained the door frames and table edges with Minwax Red Mahogony and finished it all with Deft brushing laquer (which I sprayed).
This project was very time consuming but will hopefully serve me for years. Kudos to Mike H for the help.
Thanks for looking.