Saturday Morning Workshop How To Build A Folding Adirondack Table
Saturday morning workshop how to build a folding adirondack table is bookmark about Woodworking Projects bookmarked by keith with ID 11773550997 was uploaded on 22-01-2019 and has been viewed 311,331 times.
Don't have an Adirondack chair? Click here and try building this convenient, folding design.Materials List 1x3 cedar (25') 1-1/2 in.FH Screws 3/8-in.x 3-in.carriage bolts (2) 3/8-in.x 2-1/2 in.carriage bolts (2) 3/8-in.
split washers (8) 3/8-in.lock nuts (4) What It Takes Time: 2 hours Cost: $40 Skill Level: Beginner Cutting List Tech Art Cut the arcs Draw the arc on both ends of one of the top slats (A, B, C).Cut the arc with a jigsaw and sand smooth.
Trace the arc onto the rest of the top slats and cut with a jigsaw.Gang up all the parts in a vice and sand up to the line.Repeat the procedure on the non-angled ends of the legs (D).Assemble the apron Drill the counterbores at the ends of the apron sides (E) using a 3/8-in.
Forstner bit.Clamp the apron end (F) to the apron side and drill a pilot hole into both parts.Remove the clamp and drill a clearance hole through the apron counterbores.Fasten the apron side to the apron end with 1-1/2 in.
flat head screws.Attach the top slats Mark centerlines on all the top slats (A, B, C), apron sides (E) and apron ends (F).Line the top slats with 1/4-in.plywood spacers along the centerlines.Fasten the top slats to the apron sides and ends with the same counterbore, pilot hole and clearance hole method stated in step 2.
Make plugs Drill plugs with a drill press and a 3/8-in.plug cutter.Chisel out the plugs.Insert plugs Glue and insert the plugs into the counterbore holes.Wipe any excess glue with a moist towel.Drill a 3/8-in.
diameter hole in some thin cardboard and place it over the plug to save the wood surface from being marred.Cut the excess plug with a handsaw and sand flush.Attach the legs Glue and pin the spacers (G) to the interior of the apron sides (E).
Drill 3/8-in.clearance holes into the ends of the apron sides.Attach the legs (D) with 3/8-in.x 3 in.carriage bolts, split washers and nuts for the legs through the spacer and 3/8-in.x 2-1/2 in.carriage bolts, split washers and nuts for the legs that only go through the apron sides...