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The Table Legs! Part 2

In order to give more support, we added a support beam across the two middle legs. We thought about a few different ways to do this.

We considered using two criss-crossed beams...

We considered using two criss-crossed beams...

We decided to go with a single support beam across the bottom

We decided to go with a single support beam across the bottom

Fitting the beam

Fitting the beam

More setting the beam

More setting the beam

Attaching the supports to the beam

Attaching the supports to the beam

Attaching the beam to the legs

Attaching the beam to the legs

For the outside legs we decided to use simple folding legs with hinges and support braces. These fold across the width of the table instead of the length so that the legs could be longer than the sides when they folded down. If they were not longer than the length of the side then the sides would hit the ground when they folded down.

Outside legs, open

Outside legs, open

Outside legs, folded

Outside legs, folded

Next up is the finished table!

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