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Used about 200 Pocket Holes in this one.

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Comment by Tony Peters on March 20, 2010 at 7:41pm
The top is 40" x 72". It was dictated by the size of the nylon cutting surface that my wife used on the dining room table hence it was not made from plans, just the imagination. This was the first criteria. Second was total height of 40". Cabinet 18 x 36 1/2" to the bottom, 37 1/2" long before adding the face frames. Face frame,legs, wheel platforms and table edging are birch. Pocket holes in the legs, face frame (fine thread) and throughout the cabinet (coarse thread). Blocks are used to allow clearance for the folded legs when the table is up. Gate hinges used, no one sees them anyway. Wheels are extended out so they run directly under the weight of the folded up table. There is no problem with balance that I have found and this provides a place to place a lock to keep the table in an upright possition although the table slightly favors being in the upright by just a little bit.
Comment by Arthur Linkhart on March 20, 2010 at 8:42am
Very clever and nice work. What size is the work area?
Comment by Jeffrey Thomas Woods on March 16, 2010 at 1:38pm
Very clever and ingenious. Nice work!

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