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A stainless steel table?

greenmimamagreenmimama Posts: 6
edited 2:20AM in EGG Table Forum
My husband works at a place where they have restaurant stainless steel tables, we would love to have a hole cut in it to make it our BGE table, since they are heavy duty and on casters already, we can even get one with a fridge built in, I am excited about the prospect, what do you experienced table builders think about that?



  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 28,817

    I have a used piece that is in the welding shop now. Should be posting pics thie week. Itis going to be awesome



    Caledon, ON


  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    That should be terrific! B) Most of us do not have the skill or equipment to work with stainless, we will be anxious to see it [and jealous]. Get yourself a nice big cutting board for it, and maybe a cover if it is exposed to the sun, should be awesome. I love the idea of the built in fridge :ohmy: :P :woohoo:

    Capt Frank
    Homosassa, FL
  • Yeah it was my husbands idea, and I love it, now to just wait for the right table to come along, It's a liquidation place so you never know what is coming in. I will be sure to take pictures when it is done.
  • scuba322scuba322 Posts: 14
    I make stainless steel topped tables with powder coated steel frames. 4 tops per sheet of stainless which is $400.00 but turns out nice. Also use AlumaBright diamond plate for tops (like the shiny aluminum tool boxes). A 2 foot x 4 foot piece is $39.00 and provides an awesome contrast to the egg. Good luck
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