Materials List

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PARTS

Large Table

  1. Legs(4) 1Vx1Mr*x23V
  2. End aprons (2) Vx2Vx26"
  3. Side aprons (2) V x 2%" x 18"
  4. Ledger strips (2) Vx1ft"x23"
  5. Top planks (6J x 3V x 16ft"

EXPLODED VIEW

Middle Tabla

A.

Legs (4)

1 ft" x 1 ft" x 20'/."

B.

End aprons (2)

V x 2V x 22"

C.

Side aprons (2)

V x 2V x 18"

D.

Ledger stnps (2)

%"x 1ft"x 19"

E.

Top planks (5)

3A"x 3ft" x 16ft"

Small Table

A.

Legs (4)

1ft"x 1ft"x 17'A'

B.

End aprons (2)

VxWk 18"

C.

Side aprons |2)

VxWx 18"

D.

Ledger stnps (2)

Vx1ft"x15"

ft.

Top planks (4)

V x 3ft" x 16ft"

HARDWARE

6d Finishing nails (1 lb.)

Cut all the parts to size. As you cut, carefully organize the parts so that you have one stack for the large table, another for the middle table, and so forth. Miter the ends of the aprons at 45."

Cut the tenons in the legs. Mount a dado cutter on your table saw, and adjust the height to cut V<" deep. Cut the tenons in the tops of the legs by making several passes over the cutter. Cut one side of the tenons first, then turn the legs 90" and cut the second side. Use a stop block to accurately gauge the length of each tenon. (See Figure 1.)

1 /Make the tenons with a dado cutter, using a stop block to accurately gauge the length

1 /Make the tenons with a dado cutter, using a stop block to accurately gauge the length

FRONT VIEW

LARGE TABLE

TOP VIEW

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3/Screw the tenons to the aprons from the inside, so the screws donl show.

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