Stone Top Patio Table
Stone top patio table is article about Woodworking bookmarked by michael with ID 1694015042 was uploaded on 20-02-2019 and has been viewed 171,430 times.
Project Directions:Cut the parts To cut identical parts without measuring each one, scr*w a stop block to a 1x4 base (See the cut list measurements for this project in the photo under "Construction Drawings").
Position the base and clamp it in place.Miter the top supports at 45-1/2 degrees.That way, they'll join tightly at the visible outside corners.Sand the parts before assembly.Screw and Glue the Shelf Supports to the LegsThe shelf supports and legs must meet at 90 degrees.
You can position them with a square, but if you're building more than one table, you can speed up the job by making an assembly jig.This jig is made from 1x4s scr*w*d to plywood.Add the Tops SupportsScrew the top supports to the legs.
Be sure to countersink the scr*w heads so the tile top will rest directly on the supports.Install the SlatsDrill pilot holes, then fasten the slats using glue and nails or trim-head screws.Position the slats using 1/2-inch spacers.
Glue on the TopCenter the table on the underside of the tile and trace its location.Then apply construction adhesive and set the top in place.Set weight on the slats if needed.We finished our table with two coats of spar urethane.
The Finished ProductEnjoy your new patio tile table!Construction Drawings for this project:Materials List:Wood • 6' of 2x2 oak • 14' of 1x2 oakHardware • 1 lb.1-1/2" galvanized finish nails • Eight 1-5/8" galvanized screws • Exterior wood glue • Construction adhesive • 120-grit sandpaper • Tile of your choiceWhat This Project Takes:• Time: 3 hours • Cost: $50 • Skill Level: Beginnger • Tools: Basic hand tools, drill, miter saw, caulk gunFor more outdoor furniture plans click here...