|Forum topic by lanwater||posted 05-27-2010 09:47 PM||3761 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
05-27-2010 09:47 PM
I have been searching for quite a while here and in other places but could not find what I am looking for.
I am looking for the dimensions of the base of a round table in proportion to the table top.
I found all the information about the height, circomference ratio to people being seated and how far the legs need to support the top so the table does not flip (70% of the top).
Assuming my table top is 48” diameter (24 radius) and with an optional leaf of 20”.
There must be a ratio or a simple way to determine that footprint in relation to the top.
The base will be square and I will have 4 curved legs like the second picture which is just to illustrate the what I am looking for.
What that style of legs called anyway?
-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA