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Possible Table Idea

Not my company......  Start off with that!

After my hot ash mishap burning a small hole in my deck, I'm on the watch for new ideas to go on the new concrete pad that will be my eggs now home. 

Playing on youtube, I came across this video of an aluminum table. The modular design intrigued me and the easy looking build seemed like an easy weekend project. 

Check it out!  


LBGE #19 from North GA Eggfest, 2014

Stockbridge, GA - just south of Atlanta where we are covered up in Zombies!  #TheWalkingDead films practically next door!

Comments

  • CTMikeCTMike Posts: 1,835
    Looks like it would last forever, but I'm thinking it would be quite expensive.
    MMBGE / Large BGE / XL BGE (Craigslist Find) / SF30x80 cabinet trailer - "Ol' Mortimer" / Outdoor kitchen in progress.  

    Southeastern CT. 
  • blastingblasting Posts: 5,957

    I like the modular concept, as opposed to built ins.  I wish it was square though.  

    Phoenix 
  • DaveRichardsonDaveRichardson Posts: 2,324

    yeah..... just spec'd it out on their site and its around $1400.  I'd cut some of the cost by going with a nice wooden top.  And I'd like a bit beefier shelf to the side as well.

    Still an interesting idea!

    LBGE #19 from North GA Eggfest, 2014

    Stockbridge, GA - just south of Atlanta where we are covered up in Zombies!  #TheWalkingDead films practically next door!

  • blastingblasting Posts: 5,957

    That's pricey.  A local welder could fab up the same thing for less than half.  

    I do like the modular idea though.  I'm so happy this forum convinced me to wait on a table.  For my purposes, everything on wheels works, and I like being able to switch around the order of things.

    Phoenix 
  • HeavyGHeavyG Posts: 5,498
    blasting said:

    I like the modular concept, as opposed to built ins.  I wish it was square though.  

    Then just make a square one then. 

    8020 extrusions are pretty cool. Can be cut with a regular miter saw.

    I have no idea what those fancy smooth curved sections cost but the "normal" square extrusions can be gotten fairly reasonably on eBay.
    Camped out in the (757/804)
  • DaveRichardsonDaveRichardson Posts: 2,324
    My thoughts exactly @heavyg. I might use their cut list and design for some eBay shopping. 

    LBGE #19 from North GA Eggfest, 2014

    Stockbridge, GA - just south of Atlanta where we are covered up in Zombies!  #TheWalkingDead films practically next door!

  • Sonny3Sonny3 Posts: 455
    It is a pretty cool idea although as others have said, it is extremely pricey in my book.

    BUT, the biggest problem I have with the video is that the EGG was assembled backwards.  Who puts the bottom vent on the backside of the egg opposite the handle side.  For sure I want to walk around to the back of the egg every time I need to make a minor adjustment.

    If the egg was assembled by the table company, I would question their processes.

    But that is just me and my attention to detail.
    Titusville, Fl. and just bought XL and Med BGE.  "Every Day is A Bonus" in my world, and my job is to choke the life out of them. Cancer Sucks.
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