Plans and step-by-step instructions on how to build a X-leg picnic table and bench seat.
Note: THIS IS THE METRIC (mm) VERSION. There is another version (ft and inch) available in this shop.
This version is more suited to Australasia (Aust, NZ). Other countries may have to make allowances for slightly different stock sizes.
However, that shouldn’t be much of a problem.
There are 16 pages in the downloadable PDF file.
This detailed plan-set with step-by-step instructions in metric (mm) dimensions.
There are clear plans, instructions, pictures, and drawings.
This is a good large solid stand-alone cross-leg table with a separate bench seat.
It is a design ideal for a garden or lawn.
The size of it:
The table is 2m long by 770mm wide. The separate bench seat is 2m long by 384mm wide, which is a good width (wider than most).
The table is 750mm high and the bench is 450mm high.
Note: You can replace the 35mm thick wood with 38mm, or 45mm, or similar thick wood if the former is not available in your country.
190mm x 35mm: You will need 2 @ 6m
90mm x 45mm: You will need 3 @ 5.4m
14g x 85mm galvanised bugle head screws: you will need around 60
8mm x 130mm galvanized hex coach screws and washers: You will need 8 screws and 8 washers
190mm x 35mm
[a] table top and bench top – 6 @ 2m
90mm x 45mm
[b] table brace and seat brace – 2 @ 1700mm
[c] table legs – 4 @ 960mm
[d] table rails – 3 @ 760mm
[e] bench legs – 4 @ 575mm
[f] bench rails – 3 @ 380mm