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Table mods

edg1edg1 Posts: 86
edited 7:30PM in EGG Table Forum
Hi All,

In another post I mentioned that I exchanged my medium egg for a large, for just the difference in price. See the post below.

This lead to new problems. When I got my medium I also got the short wood table. Which is sized for a medium, not large, egg. Due to my unfavorable view of the $$/worth ratio of the BGE table, I decided not to buy a new one, but to modify my existing table. Crudely, I might add.





I now have a winter project, or so I told my wife. She asked if it would be cheaper to buy a new one instead. :(

I figure I should be done come April, or so.



PS: A handheld reciprocating saw with a 6 inch blade is a joy to hold. :evil:


  • if you could get your hands on a Rotor you could clean that up in a min or two. a straight cut bit and a curved to make your line softer.


    Get a straight bit with a bearing on the bottom.

    You could get a jigsaw and make a nice 21" circle in plywood. Mount the new circle template underneath the table so the bearing can ride on it.

    then make your beaver hole into a thing of beauty. :whistle:
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    Why don't you use your existing base and just build a new top?

    Capt Frank
    Homosassa, FL
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