Fold Up Grill Table

Fold Up Grill Table Woodworking

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Fold-Up Grill TableAll you need to build this fold-up grill table is a drill, a saw, basic hand tools, a short stack of cedar boards and half an afternoon.The table is made entirely from 1x4 cedar boards.

Wood quality varies, so pick over the lumber for flat, straight boards that are free of large or loose knots.You can make the table from eight 6-ft.boards, but buy 10 to allow for possible mis-cuts and to give you more choice for the top slats.

Lumber cost? About $35.Plus, check out these 5 great grilling products to help you cook better and faster.Project Directions:1.Make Square CutsYou can use a handsaw to cut the parts, but an electric jigsaw speeds up the job significantly.

Use a square to help make straight cuts.Cut the boards for the top and the frame that supports it using a jigsaw or handsaw and a square.2.Clamp and Cut Leg BoardsTo ensure matching legs and frame parts, clamp two boards together (rough side in) and mark and cut them at the same time to create identical leg pairs.

Drill the 3/8-in.bolt hole in the upper end before unclamping.You'll cut the stretchers after bolting on the legs.3.Lay Boards on FrameTo assemble the grill table frame, drill two holes in the ends of the longer frame boards and add a countersink hole for the scr*w heads to nestle into.

Cut the slats and place them top-side up on a flat surface.Center the frame on the slats to create a 3/4-in.overhang on all four sides.Then lightly trace the frame shape on the slats with a pencil so it's easy to see where to drill holes.

Space the top boards with about 1/16-in.gaps between them.4.Drill Into Top BoardsLift off the frame and drill and countersink scr*w holes in the slats using the traced lines as a guide.Then scr*w the slats to the frame.

Lightly tap a couple nails between the slats while scr*w*ng them to the frame in order to create the approximate 1/16-in.spacing between the slats.The end slats will overhang the frame approximately 3/4 in.

to match the slat overhang along the frame sides.5.Add Angled Leg Stop BlocksFlip the tabletop upside down and scr*w the pair of angled leg stop blocks to the corners of one end.Butt the rounded leg ends against the blocks, then drill and bolt on the outer leg pair with the shorter 2-1/2-in.

carriage bolts, washers and wing nuts.6.Add Spacer BlocksAttach the inner leg pair to the other frame, first scr*w*ng in the spacer blocks to allow the legs to nest inside the other pair.Add the angled leg stop blocks, then drill and bolt on the second leg pair with the longer 3-1/2-in.

carriage bolts.7.Attach StretchersWith the legs flat on the underside of the table, measure for the stretchers, cut, drill and fasten them to the legs.For best fit and overall results, mark and cut the stretchers based on the actual spacing between the legs.

To pull out the legs, lift the more widely spaced pair first so the second pair can be raised without catching on the first pair's stretcher.8.Finishing UpTest the fit of the legs in the frame by pulling the legs up from the frame.

If they bind and scrape, sand the sides for a smoother fit.Sand the table with 100-grit paper and, with a sanding block or rasp, slightly round the top edges of the slats.Put on your favorite finish; we used two coats of Penofin penetrating oil finish (cedar color).

Pull out the legs, tighten the wing nuts and throw some rib eye steaks on the grill—just in time for dinner!Once you are finished building this grill table project, check out how to build an outdoor rock-solid picnic table and benches for more outdoor eating fun!Project PDFs:Click the links below to download the cutting list, shopping list as well as the construction drawings for this project.

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