The table of a carpenter can provide a convenient place to handle tasks such as cutting, gluing and perforation. It can also provide space for you to design projects without using the woodworking table kitchen or without working on the floor. This table should be durable to withstand the heavy wood and equipment such as drills and saws. Although you can buy a table for your carpentry workshop, building for yourself can be a successful project.
- Determines the height, width and depth you want for the table carpenter. The top of the table should have the waist, and must be large enough to accommodate your most ambitious woodworking projects.
- Measured with a tape measure two sections of wooden 2 by 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) to the length of the table, and two additional sections for depth, Sections cut to length with a circular saw. The ends of these sections 45 degree angle with a saw. Drill two pilot holes in each corner – the holes should be less than 1/16 inch (0.16 cm) diameter wood screws. Insert a wooden screw 4 inches (10 cm) in each pilot hole and tighten them with an electric screwdriver.
- Measure the inside depth of the rectangle. Transfer this measurement to the wooden sections 2 by 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) and cut them to size with a circular saw. You will have a section for every 12 inches (30.5 cm) length of the table – these sections provide additional support for her.
- Place the inner support sections between sections of length of the upper structure of the table at intervals of 12 inches (30.5 cm). Drilling the length sections at the ends of the supports and attach them with wood screws 4 inches (10 cm).
- Place the frame on top of a sheet of plywood 5/8 inch (1.6 cm). Brand frame dimensions of plywood with a pencil. Short said the size of the wood structure with a table saw. Repeat this process with a second sheet of plywood 5/8 inch (1.6 cm).
- Measure and cut four sections of 4 by 4 inches (10 by 10 cm) of wood about 5 inches (12.7 cm) shorter than the final height of the table Carpenter to form the legs of the same. Turn the frame on its edge, place the end of a leg against the corner of the frame, drill pilot holes through the frame at the end of the leg and insert wood screws 6 inches (15 cm) to secure the leg to the bottom of the table structure. Repeat this process for the remaining three legs.
- Place the table upright. Place a sheet of plywood on top of the upper frame of the table and aligns the edges thereof with the frame. Make pilot holes at intervals of 4 inches (10 cm) through the wood in the frame and brackets. Insert and tighten the wood screws 4 inches (10 cm) to secure it to the frame.
- Apply wood glue to the top of the sheet of plywood. Turn the table upside down and place it on the second sheet. Align the edges of the plywood sheets. Let the glue dry for an hour before turning the table again.
Tips & Warnings
- Ensures the metal brackets L-shaped each table leg and the bottom of the upper part of the table if you plan to use it to support very heavy objects
- Use leather work gloves and goggles resistant to breakage protection during cutting and building your table Carpenter to avoid injury.