Published at Saturday, November 24th 2018. by Lana Harper in End Table.
Sofa table. The first thing we're going to do is cut our pieces, for the frame you'll need four at seven inches or at nine inches and my middle pieces for 24 inches. But yours may be different, depending on the height of the arm of your sofa once you've got them cut, give them a quick sand to make it so that we can't see any screws in our finished project, I'm using a pocket hole, jig, I'm putting two holes In each 7-inch piece put your first hole on any side you want and then on. Two of your pieces put your second hole on the side to the left, on the opposite end and for the remaining two pieces put your second hole on the opposite end on the side to the right. Now you can screw your frame together.
First, I assembled the squares that go on either end using one and a half in your pocket screws, and then I attach the middle pieces using three-inch: screws, pre-drilled. My host prevents splitting and presents my screws to make assembly a little bit easier. next, I cut a strip of quarter inch ply and a piece of half inch ply fit the outside of my frame. I drew my design on the piece of half-inch and cut it out with my handy dandy. Scroll saw. Next. I glued and nailed down my quarter-inch sheep with some finishing nails. Now you've got to be real, careful with those finishing nails.
Folks, if one gets away, you might want some safety glass. Now, if you survived that glue down your quarter-inch eat, weigh it down and let it dry, I left mine overnight now. This next part is really crucial because we had three layers of wood that are visible from the side. We want to give it a really good sand. We don't want to be able to see any of the wood seams once it's painted, so I used an orbital sander with 120 grit sanding pads. You can add some wood filler to any cracks to make it perfect and then give it one more good Dan, once you've got it smooth as a baby's bottom. It's time to paint make sure you get in all the nooks and crannies and give it a couple of coats. I use the ruler where I put it to give it a nicer finish. Last but not least, it's time for the top. I used a 1 by 12 and cut off a 10-inch length. I sanded the edges stained it and then glued it and clamped it in place. once again clamped mine. I will also be able to click o to bear same time finish it up.
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