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EggCaddy Complete!

BigsmokeBigsmoke Posts: 30
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Well, it's done. I have completed my EggCaddy table. I used pretty much the same plans as dictated in the plans on the internet. I measured and cut everything perfectly, so I thought. No pro carpenter, am I, however I can usually assemble something this simple reasonably quick and accurate. My main problem came when I slid the Egg into the table and set it on my two inch steping stone. It appeared everything was perfect, until I opened the top, and the hinges immediately dug into the table. I did not holler, but many expletives came out quitely. The palns said allow two additional inches to the space between the top and bottom shelves, which I did, and room for the two inch stone. Bottom line, I have a beautiful table that doesn't hold the Egg as prescribed. Have any other aspiring "Bob Vila's" had similar problems? I really hate to take half of the table apart to fix the problem. Should I add another stepping stone, or is there a more natural looking way to rectify this issue?[p]Good Egging to You,[p]Bigsmoke


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