Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018. by Erin Mendoza in End Table.
White end table going to start off by cutting the material for the legs to link. Next, I'm going to flip the legs. To wit, we've got a glue two pieces of flag material together for a thicker leg. I cut two boards to length the tabletop. Then I went ahead and glued these two boards. Together, I cut two longer into shorter pieces of apron for the table.
Then I went ahead and added pocket holes to the ends of each piece of paper. I did not get. The legs are lined up in the glue up, as I would have liked. So I had to shave a little bit off. The sides on the table saw to get those leveled out. I also went ahead and use the miter saw to clean up the ends of the legs. I wanted to add a taper to the legs, but I did not have a lot of times to make a jig.so I just put a few screws and a board to make an angle that I liked.
I cut one side, rotate the leg and I cut another side. I would definitely recommend finding a more robust jig for anyone looking to make tapered legs here. I join the apron and legs together with the screws pocket. Holes are not really an appropriate tabletop pass center, but the tabletop is so small, but I'm really, they really think you'll be okay in the end and if it's not i'll, go ahead and fix it later plenty of sand in button to this project.
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