Table of Contents
- 1Description & About the measurements
- 2A pictorial summary
- 3A pictorial summary continued
- 4Part identification & The plan drawings
- 5Shopping list and cutting list
- 6Instructions - Stacking and cutting the pieces
- 7Making the bench frame
- 8Fixing the seat boards and the legs
- 9Assembling the table frame
- 10Fixing the table top
- 11Making the extensions
- 12Fitting the extensions
- 13Job finished!
Fitting the extensions
Step 19: Finish making the extensions
All the extension pieces are now marked, so they can be taken out.
On a work bench, turn the pieces over (upside-down) and re-align them to the marking.
Glue and screw the runners to the extension-top boards.
pre-drill all screw holes.
The table makes a good work bench for aligning and fixing the runners to the extension boards.
The finish materials in a building, such as narrow boards applied around openings (window trim, door trim) and vertical corner battens. off (with a handsaw) and angle back any piece of runner that sticks out past the end of the extension.
Step 20: Try for size
Now the proof is in the pudding. See how well the extensions fit, and why wouldn’t they – the runners were tested for ease of sliding, the pieces were all marked for placement, and the runners were made Being of equal distance from each other at all points..
And of course, the runners were tapered to make them easily fit into the notches in the table.
What could possibly go wrong.
Look at that – fits like a glove