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Table Progress Update...

OMG EggsOMG Eggs Posts: 118
edited 10:45AM in EGG Table Forum
It's finally starting to come together. Thought I'd share since my wife isn't impressed.

Next steps, set up the concrete forms for the top and get it poured. Still need to decide on casters or wheels....

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Comments

  • Are you saying that you're going to have a poured concrete top?

    If so, that will be nice, but it will be super heavy. Make sure that whatever wheels or casters you get can support the weight.
    Don't get set into one form, adapt it and build your own, and let it grow, be like water. Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water. Now you put water in a cup, it becomes the cup... Now water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend. - Bruce Lee
  • yeah, no doubt it will be heavy. 90lbs of concrete or so (plus water) on top of a heavy table to start. Heafty casters will be procured.
  • On my XL egg table I added a “trailer hitch” made with a 2X4 with a second short 2X4 with a 2 inch PVC cap recessed in it, and sticking out from the end away from wheels. I use a trailer dolly to move it and it works well. I can post a picture later this week (away from home) if you want.

    Clark
  • I actually ended up ordering some of these...

    https://www.sescasters.com/scripts/index.php?area=user&intrface=casters&f_caster_series_id=48

    Capacity is 250/caster, which should be enough since I'll be south of 500# (100# table, 160# egg, 160# counter and 40# for food, gear and etc)
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