Round dining table plans
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The plans are for a table 72 cm high and 120 cm in diameter.
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Use a 1/2" radius router bit to round the curved edges of the legs. For simplicity, the legs
are shown without the corners rounded.
Leg braceThe leg brace connects the legs together.
The holes are to be drilled 5 cm deep, and 3/4" in diameter.
The long table support is mounted perpendicular to the grain of the table top. The holes are 5/8" in diameter, and 2.5 cm deep.
The ends are beveled 22 degrees, and cut as an arc, with the center of the board as the middle of the table. The rectangles mark where the legs attach. These aren't dimensioned. Make sure the cross is centered on the legs before screwing it down.
The short table supports are doweled into the long table support to form a cross. The holes in the end are 5/8" in diameter, and drilled 5 cm deep
The table supports are assembled into a cross, and then attached to the top of the legs with screws from above. The position of the screws is not shown.
The bolt holes through the table supports are for bolts to attach the table top with. The holes near the end are elongated to allow some expansion and contraction of the table top if the table top is made of solid wood. For plywood or particle board table tops, this is not necessary.
DowelsYou will need 16 pieces of 3/4" dowel just shorter than 10 cm, and 4 pieces of 5/8" dowel just shorter than 7.5 cm.
Table topThe table top should be 120 cm in diameter, and 3.6 cm thick.
See also: Building this table
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