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#1 posted 01-31-2017 05:34 PM

That’s actually how I’m constructing it…with the little notes that meat the cross members. I bought the rigid oscillating sander this morning and did two legs. I’m pleased with the results. If all goes well, I’ll be making more of these tables and will used a router and template for production work.

Thanks to everyone who answered! I appreciate it.


That will work, but I would modify the design a little, such that the legs have some of the curge in them and teh stretchers are straighter – - to have less short grain at the joint, that will want to break off.

So more like this to keep max long grain.

- DrDirt



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