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Thanks again @midwestsmoker. I appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions. I'm probably a year or two away from getting a project like this started but, it never hurts to start pulling together different ideas and methods.midwestsmoker said:Just paver base, about 18" deepTexanOfTheNorth said:Thanks. I meant a slab in the ground to support all of the weight or just a base as you would put under pavers or stone. Just thinking about how i see paver stone driveways settle ovet time. Vacuum is a great idea!midwestsmoker said:Thanks. I used metal studs for no other reason than it being outside and didn't want wood.TexanOfTheNorth said:@midwestsmoker, great looking work. Curious to know...
Did you use metal studs as a fire safety precaution or for some other reason?
How does the built-on vacuum system get used?
Is there a concrete slab under the counter/cabinet outer portion?
Vacuum works similar to a wood shop except it's an ash vacuum. I have a port at each egg with a plug. I just pull the plug on the one I'm gonna use, hook up the hose and flip the switch.
Not sure I understand the last question. There is Hardi board under the concrete top.
if you go to the table forum you can see some of the progress pictures.
Exactly... before the mods have to get involved.DoubleEgger said:This isn't the first thread to venture off course and surely won't be the last. Simmer down folks.