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Ron...I loved the design of this table. I made one almost like it except for a few differences. First, I made mine out of pressure treated lumber, which made the top extra heavy. Secondly, I used pocket hole screws instead of biscuit joinery to assemble the table top. Lastly, I made the table top with 45 degree miter joints and had a board separating the top from left to right between the two long sides of the table top. The only concern I have is that even with four screws fastening each leg to the table base, it seems to be a bit wobbly. So, to help sturdy the legs and base, I plan to stretch a 2"x4" on a 45 degree angle across each corner under the table and connect it to the leg tennon with a lag screw. Again, very nice table and I am looking forward to using it next Spring.
could somebody send me the plans and material list?
Everything I've read say Thompson's is an inferior product and clear sealers have to be redone more frequently than tinted ones.
Would you please provide the parts list and plans for your larger table? I am looking to do the same. Thanks!
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How did it turn out?
Did you do it yet? How did it turn out?
The table & planter turn out beautiful
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Great Table and Planter Boxes. Hope to build one soon. Thanks Ron.
No, I haven't gotten a responce.
I had the same question - did you ever get an answer?Thanks - jen
The box that holds the dirt in the planter box is shorter than the planter box. How and where did you place supports for the bottom of the pressure treated box half way up the planter box?Thank you
Really like this table. How do I get plans & material list
Why am I unable to view the moderator's response regarding material list and plans?
You make it look so easy.I'm sure my husband couldn't make table or planters.
Nicely done and looks great! I think I would have done all the cutting and drilling then sealed everything before assembly...
I really like the look of this and will be building it soon. I will choose to seal the wood prior to assembly though to ensure even coverage on all sides and so the brushes don't get the abuse of being used harshly.