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Didn't have a lot of space to work with and didn't want a big table to try and keep clean. I built this out of 1 1/4" square tubing and 1 1/4" angle iron. The top is a custom made slab of granite dropped into an angle iron frame and the two bottom shelves are plywood. It's really all the table I need and it makes it easy to move the egg to the other side of the patio when the wind changes. I plan on putting casters on the table too.