How to build a natural, simple, wooden table, including diagram, instructions.
The Rolling Router Table – Making the most useful table in the shop.
Text and photos by Tom Hintz – My wife, Beth, is an avid gardener who does not allow trivial things like winter impinge on her passion for growing things. Recently she showed me a few indoor grow light stand designs, all based on 2×2 or 2×4 frames, designed for circle saw, hammer and nail construction.
A beautiful, contemporary table for any room in the home. Use it against a wall in an entryway or family room…or behind a sofa to help define a living area.
Excellent for serving light refreshments and useful on any occasion where a light utility table is needed, this folding unit makes a compact bundle readily stored out way when not in use.
If you started building the traditional series of furniture designed by Whitcomb, this is the occasional table for that set.
Most shop floors are uneven. So whenever I build a shop-made tool stand, I allow for some handy leg levelers. They add about 2 inches to the height of the stand.
By Matthew Power – This 3 page PDF document transcribes the original table measurements. You need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view the PDF document at this link.
Here is a nifty project that stores 20 spools of thread plus a collection of needles. The unique tilt-up shelves make removing or replacing the thread spools fast and easy.
A generous storage drawer and two fold-down leaves make this pembroke table a handsome addition in any Living Room or Bedroom.