Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018. by Jeanine Anthony in Kitchen Table.
That is, I've got three holes drilled on the side and one on this side. Let's just try to keep it square. You want to side it for an extra support on this bottom section, I'm going to put couple strips of plywood here on the bottom. This won't be seen, they'll, be on the very bottom underneath and I'm going to glue and Brad nails this in place. Now I'm just going to add some glue into each of these joints and then I'm going to join it with three pocket hole: screws in each side.
I'm not too worried because this bottoms gonna be painted and I'm going to go back and putty this. So I'm not too worried about the pocket holes being shown. I had to use a shorter bit, as you can tell from my normal one, in order to get these in because of the center bar being so close to the edge. Here we are I'm just going to cut off the ends of the table. I cut off each into square it up and get it to the final dimensions with just 60 inches a couple quick shots here me sanding.
I did a lot more sanding than this, but I just want to show a little bit of proof that I did sin. So this is a little bit of an interesting take of what I'm doing here. I got some masking tape, not painters say this is just masking tape and I'm taping off the area that I do not want stained in the pond. So I can glue the surface down later. You'll see exactly what I'm talking about here in a few minutes, simply just adding stain to the top brushing it on then wiping it off, and this top looked great when I got finished and for the most part, I've just rolled paint onto them onto the base.
Here see, as you can tell it's still not completely assembled, and now you can see what I'm talking about. I'm removing the tape because I wanted the glue to have some actual wood surface to stick to so hopefully that will allow that to happen. And now I'm going to go back and put glue in all those spots, and I did also put glue on the actual base as well. Now we're going to flip that up and put it on and get ready to put the pocket hole screws in to hold it in place.
You can see I have clamps around the surface here that is going to allow that I had it lined up for the the bot the base to fit in once I had it good to go. I went ahead and started screwing it together. Lots pocket hole screws here, but I think I remember how many there was. There was quite a few that went into this and you can still see the braces are not there yet the middle braces I mean, and that's what I'm adding in right here. I decided for this table. I would do this last and this one was a little bit short. I cut it short, so I'm putting a little shim in there to hold it in place and pocket hole. I got here in my kitchen.
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