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My new table

fontzmarkfontzmark Posts: 28
edited 9:35AM in EGG Table Forum
Long over due....



  • NoVA BillNoVA Bill Posts: 3,005
    I like the multi shelf design and great lookng finish.
  • dubahdubah Posts: 60
    Have you got any plans you could send or post for that? Beautiful work. Looks mighty sturdy, too. Wheels?
  • I like that extra shelf for storage and I assume...hidden wheels???
    I'm with NoVa.. I'd love to see your plans.
    17 days until I get my egg....Thanks for posting your table pic
  • Did you put swivel casters under the 4x4s ?
  • Thanks
    No plans really looked at some on the Whiz's site and decided to go 5 feet long and used the dimensions for the shelf where the egg sits. Yes, there are swivel casters drilled in the 4 by 4's.
  • Can't remember where I saw it at but I modeled it after the one the guy built and put the old chalk board slate in for the was a great looking table.
  • Ala-EggAla-Egg Posts: 162
    Really like the bottom shelf for storage. Wish I had put one on my table. What is the knob looking thing by firebricks?
  • outdoor electric box for a light or I usually use one of those electric starters, so it comes in kinda handy.
  • Sorry to bother you but..are the casters bolted to the 4x4s or do the casters have a stem that goes into a hole of the 4x4.What diameter casters?
  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
    Nice, very nice!
  • Hey man no bother at all....
    I got them at Rural King, I think they were the 3 1/2 inch ones, they are all metal and had a plate that i just ran some 2 inch wood screw thru to secure them in place in the 4 x 4's.
  • Thanks..I'm planning on incorporating some of your ideas in my table.15 days until I get my egg and counting!
    Simplicity is good!
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