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Vs" round-over along all edges of top

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Vs" round-over along all edges of top

EXPLODED VIEW

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Double-check the clamp-up with a straightedge to verify flatness, and reclamp if necessary.

3 Trim the lid (J) to finished size, and rout a '/a" round-over along all edges. Sand the lid smooth.

4 Cut the cleats (K) to size. Miter-cut a 30° chamfer at each end. Drill the mounting holes and form the slots in each cleat, where shown on Drawing 5. Drill the pilot holes, and screw the cleats to the bottom side of the lid. Now, back the screw off in each slot about a half-turn. This allows the lid to expand and contract with seasonal changes in humidity.

5 Attach the lid to the base with the continuous hinge and lid supports, where shown on Drawing 6 and accompanying Drawings 6b and 6c.

Sand, stain, finish, and assemble

1 Remove the edge-joined lid from the table base. Then, mask off the hinge or remove it from the base and lid. Remove the lid supports. Finish-sand the table base and lid.

2 Stain if desired (we left ours natural), and apply a clear finish. (We applied several coats of satin

Cutting Diagram

Vie x 3% x 32" Wainscoting (10 needed)

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Vie x 3% x 32" Wainscoting (10 needed)

1/4 x 24 x 48" Oak plywood

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polyurethane, rubbing between coats with Scotch-Brite pads.)

3 Reattach the hinge connecting the lid to the base. Screw the lid supports back in place.#

Written by Marten Kemmet Project design: Chuck Hedlund Illustrations: Kim Downing; Lorna Johnson Photographs: Hopkins Associates; Hetherington Photography

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Materials List

FINISHED SIZE

i Part T

w

L

Matl.Qty.

A' legs

Vk"

3Vi"

16 W

LO

8

B* top front & back rails

IV2"

2%"

41V2"

LO

2

C" btm. front & back rails

IV2"

W

411/2"

LO

2

D'top end rails

114"

2%"

1714"

LO

2

E' bottom end rails

1V4"

1714"

LO

2

F wainscoting

W

3%"

6%"

OW

38

G cleats

V*"

43'/2"

0

2

H cleats

%"

18"

0

2

1 bottom panel

Vi"

19V4"

43'/2"

OP

1

J* lid

W

24"

48"

EO

1

K cleats

W

W

19"

0

2

"Parts initially cut oversize. See the instructions. Materials key: LO-laminated oak, OW-oak wainscoting, O-oak, OP-oak plywood, EO-edge-joined oak. Supplies: #8x%" flathead wood screws, #8x1 W flathead wood screws, #8x1%" flathead wood screws, #8x2" roundhead wood screws with #8 flat washers (4), one right-hand lid support (Brainerd R1086XC) and one left-hand lid support (Brainerd L1086XC), IV2" continuous brass hinge 4614" long with #6x14" brass flathead wood screws, stain, clear finish.

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