|Forum topic by juliep||posted 02-24-2012 08:39 AM||900 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
02-24-2012 08:39 AM
Hello wood magicians!!
I have a wee bit of a problem. I have made a gorgeous narrow walnut slab coffee table: 2” x 13.5” x 42” x 18.5” high.
It has: a tapered 2” x 10.5” x 16.5” slab leg on one end;
This table sits perfectly level on the workbench with no wobble; however, on carpet it becomes unsteady. Because the table is already glued, screwed and finished my options are quite limited. I need HELP.
My first thought was to drill some holes along the bottom of the “floor beam” and ends of the cross-lap pieces on the floor and fill them with some sort of weighted material. (Do they still sell shot? Where would one buy it?) My second thought is that there MUST be someone on this forum who has a simple solution.
Many thanks for your suggestions.