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#1 posted 08-03-2019 02:52 AM

These are called corner blocks. Sometimes can be use inside the aprons. Simple pine boards, cut at a 45 at each end. glued and screwed to the aprons or on a webframe. A slotted hole is made, to allow a screw to hold a top, yet allow for movement. Just use some scraps of the size needed, You may have to allow for the legs’ inside corners, just make the corner blocks a tad longer. Add washers to the screws, so they won’t pull up and through the corner blocks, yet allow the screws to slide a bit, as the top expands, and contracts.

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