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My table

timctimc Posts: 28
edited 10:17AM in EGG Table Forum
Hi! I'm new to the forum, and thought I would post a pic of the table I built.

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I noticed the comments about feet for the egg. My paving stone is set directly on top of the frame and there should be plenty of air flow beneath the stone.

I based my table on this one: http://mybiggreenegg.googlepages.com/

Comments

  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
    Be intersting to see what your frame looks like in 6 months or so with direct contact of the stone to the frame. I still think there will heat transfer from paver to frame, but lets see.
  • Nice job..Basic,Simple , and functional is good!
  • timctimc Posts: 28
    Well, I had a change of heart and put the feet on today. I might as well, because I have nothing better to do with them anyway. If they could save my table, then so much the better. B)
  • NoVA BillNoVA Bill Posts: 3,005
    Weclome to the forum.

    Nice table - the guys that built my table also install the paver on "joyces" without the egg feet. Been doing that for 14 years and no problems to date. I'd watch out for scortching around the edges and enjoy your table.
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