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TungOil

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#1 posted 05-27-2018 03:13 AM



I wouldn’t really have a problem with the correct dimensions but I’m not sure on the joints. Haven’t done much angled leg work. How do the legs join to the rails? How is the kicker piece attached to the top or back to the frame? Thanks.

- Slabguy


Mortise and tenon would be one way, you might be able to make metal corner braces work as well:

http://www.rockler.com/surface-mount-corner-brackets-for-table-aprons

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