I’m going to build a few pub tables for our showroom using the quick and dirty pocket screw method seen here:
The only change I was going to make was that instead of purchasing new wood, I have a bunch if reclaimed heart pine flooring we took up from a job that I’ve been saving and making this table and stools out of reclaimed hardwood flooring for our flooring store showroom sounds pretty neat. So my question is, I was going to use a glue up of heart pine for the table top instead if plywood, but by the time I mill it up, it’ll be around 5/8” thick roughly. For a 3’x3’ table table top, will that be thick enough? The plan calls for 3/4” plywood as it is.
-- Greg, Owner, Quality Carpet One, www.qualitycarpetonecrofton.com