Among the easiest items to craft in any woodworking shop is the table, and in today’s article we are going to discuss the basic steps one would use to craft your very own utility table from only some plain wood, and a bit of your own personal ingenuity.
To start all you have to do is create the base of the table. The base is the most complex frame in the entire assembly. The base requires two long sides, two shorts sides, and three stringers.
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The stringers will support the entire frame, and will allow you to place stuff on top of the table. It is important to make sure that there is even spacing throughout when you install the stringers.
A butt-joint assembly is required for the base of the table. After assembling the base, check to see if you have achieved a stable square shape. Next, attach the legs of the table. Cut the legs evenly, and use a square to make sure that you have attached the pieces correctly.
It is best to use a little wood glue to seal the narrow spaces found between the legs and the base of the table. If the legs of your table are made from relatively thin wood, do not use screws, as screws have been known to crack wood.