Table Woodworking Plans - Great Collection


Posted by Jawad | Posted in , | Posted on 5:35 AM

So you need to build your own table? Regardless of which type of table you would like to build... Kitchen table, poker table, pool table, end table or even a changing table for your newborn, you will need transparent directions to follow through to move to the end product successfully.

Here at Table Woodworking Plans Page, you will discover the basic information on woodworking and helpful tips on finding and using your table woodworking plans.
The real project of building any style table is not as challenging as finding the exact table woodworking plans for you. All you need is the tools compulsory to finish the job and a splendid set of plans for your project. But where do you discover table woodworking plans that are straightforward to go along with and walk you through step-by-step?

Luckily you can have immediate access to 125 table woodworking plans that you can pick out from and operate on the one you like the most. Inside the 125 table woodworking plans are also incorporated numerous plans to build several type of tables like the ones mentioned above for upcoming projects.

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Coffee Table Woodworking Plans


Posted by Jawad | Posted in , , | Posted on 11:41 AM

So you want to build your own coffee table? If you want a nice piece of furniture that stands out beautifully and that gives that nice, classy look to the rest of your home this is a great way of achieving just that. But building your own coffee table takes a little work even for the most experienced woodworker. There are many coffee table woodworking plans that guide you step-by-step through the whole process of building your coffee table.

There are so many coffee table styles, shapes and colors that finding just the right coffee table woodworking plans gets to be a daunting task. The best way to get going with your project is to have in mind what type of table you would like to build. Some of the things you would need to consider for building the perfect coffee table for your home is your other pieces of furniture, their color, size and type of wood should give you a great start up point to start building your new center piece.

Also, by measuring the space in which your new custom made coffee table will be placed gives you a great idea on how big or small you would want it. Obviously, you would want to leave enough space around the table and the rest of the furniture for traffic flow purposes.

So now that you have a slight idea of how you want your new coffee table to look it is time to choose the right coffee table woodworking plan for you. If you have been looking on the internet for coffee table woodworking plans - and have actually paid attention - you would have noticed that many of the plans that are currently available do not include detailed information on how to build a coffee table from scratch.

Just make sure that you find a good coffee table plan that looks similar to the one you have in mind. Even if you are a novice woodworker you will be able to make some changes as you go along if necessary. Also, make sure that the plan of your choice includes at least the following:

A list of materials. If you have all the materials necessary to complete the job then you are halfway done. Having a complete list of materials to make your brand new coffee table will save you tons of time and money.

A list of tools. No tools, no work! There are many tools that are expensive to buy just for building one piece of furniture but there is always the "tool rental" option. Pretty cheap too.

Diagrams. Having visual instructions makes the work a whole lot easier. Make sure your coffee table woodworking plans includes this. This is of extreme importance if you are a newbie woodworker.

If you have the above in your woodworking plans I can almost guarantee you will love the end result. A word of advice though: Never start any project without reading and understanding the whole instructional materials because this little misstep could cost you hundreds and cause you to go over budget.

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Picnic Table Woodworking Plans


Posted by Jawad | Posted in , , | Posted on 12:31 PM

Using this picnic table plan anyone can build a picnic table for their backyard. This is an easy picnic table woodworking plan that uses basic tools and can be completed in just a few hours. By building your own picnic table you not only add seating to your backyard but have the satisfaction of building it yourself.

Tools needed for this project:
• Circular saw
• Drill
• Speed square or framing square (triangle tools with angles marked on it for marking angle cuts)
• Tape measure
• Using a miter saw will make this project even easier if you have one or can borrow one.

Cut list for lumber: (cedar or treated wood will last longer)
(9) 2”x6” boards 60” long for top and seats
(2) 2”x4” boards 26 1/2” long for top braces
(2) 2”x4” boards 53” long for seat braces
(2) 2”x4” boards 26” long for top braces
(4) 2”x6” boards 33” long for legs (these will have a 22 degree angle at both ends and measure 33” at the longest point and the long point of the angle should be on opposite sides of the board).

How To Do It
The picnic table top consists of five 2”x6” boards and the seats each have two 2”x6” boards all 60” long. We will start assembly for this picnic table plan by attaching the top boards together using the 26” top braces. Layout the top boards face down with 1/4” space between them. Position your underside top braces 12” to 15” inches from each end. Use 1 1/4” galvanized screws to so they don't go all the way through the top.

The next step is to build the 2 “A” frames for the ends which become the legs. Place two 33” legs on a flat surface or saw horses. Place one of the 26 1/2” top braces across the legs keeping the top flush and the legs 5” from the end of the top brace. Mark and drill a hole through both pieces and fasten with 3 1/2” carriage bolts. Position the 53” seat braces across the legs 15 1/2” from the bottom. Make sure the seat brace is exactly parallel to the top brace. Repeat this for the other “A”: frame giving you two end pieces.

Final assembly will require you to prop up both ends and place the top on them so you can attach it. An extra helper is a good idea for this step. Once you have propped up the ends lay your seat boards across the seat braces. Position the ends so that 5” of the seat board is overhanging and fasten the first side. Repeat this step for all four seat boards leaving 1/4” gap between each board. Now position the top on the picnic table and fasten the top by screwing it into the top braces of the leg assemblies. If you used cedar or treated wood for this picnic table plan then you are finished. You can add a stain or sealer if you want but it is not required with these woods. If you used any other wood then you will want to add a good finish that can withstand the weather.