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My new table and first post

Al from GAAl from GA Posts: 3
edited 11:03AM in EGG Table Forum
Here (I hope) is an image of a cabinet I built for my large BGE.
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  • FlaPoolmanFlaPoolman Posts: 11,670
    Very nice Al
  • MO MuleMO Mule Posts: 80
    Very nice..
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    Very nice work! :ohmy:
  • tsheehan7tsheehan7 Posts: 105
    Al, great looking table. Mind if I ask what your materials cost was? What is the top surface made of?
  • thechief96thechief96 Posts: 1,908
    Good looking job.
    Dave San Jose, CA The Duke of Loney
  • Nice work - my bride would want it in her kitchen
  • The top was the single most expensive component, $200.00. It is man made that looks like granite. I have cooked 6 meals since making the cabinet. The top gets warm but no problems.

    Materials for the base was around another $200.00. The support members are 2 X 4's, shelves are plywood. the face frame, doors and drawer fronts are Alder. The drawers have full extension slides, insides are eastern red cedar

    Originally, there were panels on each side (bottom shelf above big drawer) which made for nice storage but on the first outing I noticed the panels were warmer than I wanted, so I removed them which created a open space which is good for air flow.

    Biggest challenge was how to move 300 pounds of BGE and wood. I solved this problem by building a platform out of plywood and pine. I had 14 small casters in my inventory so I installed 5 on each end and 4 in the middle.

    I should have taken pictures alone the way, but did not. the construction is unique in that I sorta knew what I wanted it to look like and I figured out the construction details as I went along.

    It was not a weekend project as every board had to be primed and then painted.
  • That isn't a table or a cabinet....that's a piece of furniture. Outstanding job!!!!!!
  • Wow Al, very nice.
  • I love your Big Green Egg setup. Can you tell me how to post a picture of mine? I have been unable to find any instructions on how to do it. Thanks.
  • Below is information from Help/frequently asked questions. Hope this helps.


    How do I include a photo in my post?



    Posting a photo to EggHeadForum isn't all that hard, but you have to understand a few things first.

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    3.The photo has to be placed on a server that will allow our EggHeadForum web pages to link to it. This is known as remote linking or direct linking. If the server doesn't allow other webpages to link to photos on it, then the photo won't show up in your post.
    Put the image url between bbcode "img" tags (you can use the "Img" button above the post window to start and end the tag).


    That is, click the "Img" button, paste the url to your photo, which must already be uploaded to the Internet (e.g. via Photobucket), then click the "Img" button again to close the image tag. You can reference as many images as you like in a post using this method.
  • ibandaibanda Posts: 481
    That is really impressive. Nice work!
    "Bacon tastes gooood, pork chops taste gooood." - Vincent Vega, Pulp Fiction
    Small and Large BGE in Oklahoma City.
  • OMG EggsOMG Eggs Posts: 118
    Wow. That's totally awesome. Very Martha Stewart :P
  • OMG EggsOMG Eggs Posts: 118
    Wow. That's totally awesome. Very Martha Stewart :P
  • That looks nicer than most of my kitchen! Great job!
  • BigABigA Posts: 1,157
    very sharp table! Looks like you have put a lot of work into that! You will love it :)
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