Published at Monday, November 19th 2018. by Dolly Clarke in Kitchen Table.
So here's my work table that I made using scraps from an old kitchen table and some scrap two-by-fours. You can see that I made from some of the scraps. They were already this size so have a place to put little parts. I used what goes underneath the table because it was a table that you slide back and you can put a leaf in there. So I use that the treatment it would be like the front and also this is part of the slide. So it's its support underneath had some other scraps that I used and to make a little-beveled area.
So when you roll this around, it's not going to slide off, ran out of scrap material to do the base of this or the top. But you can kind of see how this one I flipped the other way this one's this way, which the table slides back and forth another one I turned upside down, and then these just happen to be the same link as this base. So I can put something really really heavy on here and it's going to have a lot of support to buy these brackets right here because I didn't want it to be so heavy and due to like force everywhere on it.
So these were like three dollars before of them. Then the casters, which are under there, put two locking casters on a guess. I need 1 unlock it around. It's pretty heavy, it doesn't move too much, but you can't move it if you need to here's the tabletop, but on this side, you can see how I had some there's extra length out here. So I put it on the back of the table, so they could be some overhangs to hang clamps on here have electric another electrical cord to hang on this and again there's a lip.
I put made this to wear this sat down and to have a lip. So like stuff like this isn't going to fall off and same thing here put the lip on. The back did not put a lip on this side, because this is a side, but I slide this big old toolbox, which is all my sanding stuff which isn't much sandy, but and then I needed something here to keep when I slide this heavy thing in its Not going to hit this and knock it off, so I made a nice angle, so even if you're off your box will hit it and it'll just slide in and it'll go in right and oh, I found this same day, I was making this table.
I found this at a grudge sell for fifty dollars. I went to lowes and I saw one that looked pretty similar and it was a hundred bucks. So you can see I can scoot this around, get it over here out of the way, oh there's the rest of the scraps and I'll do something with those legs.
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