Folding picnic table – two piece

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2 seater bench with built in table made from 1×6 lumber. 17 pages – $5.00 USD

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6 reviews for Folding picnic table – two piece

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    I used the angles cuts and basic design, but added depth and length to the seat and table. I used a different design for the arm rests, mostly for aesthetic reasons. I also had to put another 2×4 under the bench for extra seat support. The surface material is the gray composite deck material.
    Sean B.

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    Here’s a couple of pics of my folding picnic table built with a Buildeazy plan. Folks love it. Thanks
    D. Howell

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    I just built the folding picnic table project and your plans were some of the best I’ve worked with. I used the USCS units for my build with 2×6 and 2×4 pressure treated lumber. Everything has been completed aside from a bit of light sanding and staining.
    I had a couple of minor comments on the plans, however.
    1. In the individual pieces diagram, the labels for parts e and f are reversed.
    2. For item “k”, you dont mention that the non-curved end should be cut at a 10-degree angle.
    3. This is rather minor but the decorative filler pieces for one of the units is not quite wide enough with the 2×6 lumber. Even so, it was close enough that I used it anyway.
    The only narrow strap hinges that I could find were 6″ long rather than the 8″ called for so I used them and they seem to be doing the job well. I can send some photos after it is stained up.

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    To whom it may concern,
    Thank you so much for you plans, I have build the two piece convertible picnic table.
    Please find attached the pictures of the result.
    Sander Zeilstra

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    I have just finished building the 2 piece convertible picnic table and I am very happy with the results. I did deviate from the plan a little, omitting the side arms and replacing with blocks screwed to part “e” that settle on base end “d”. This is because all cuts were done with a hand saw and the angles for the side arms were too difficult. I also omitted using nails and glued and screwed everything.
    In addition, I used another 1600 plank with a hole cut in it to take an umbrella, and placed it between the two halves of the table top, unsecured. As can be seen from the two photos supplied it does not detract from the strength and stability of the unit, as demonstrated by me standing on it.
    Thank you for an amazing project that will certainly outlast me! Regards.
    Clive Baxter

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    ‘Hi. I bought the plans for the two bench/picnic table and had some fun with it. I made the set to the plans initially, then tried to modify to get some more seat area and table area. My pictures will show my efforts. I first added two 2×6 inch boards to the table top and a 2×4 inch board to each seat. The problem was immediately apparent. It took a great effort to get seated when in picnic table mode. I finally settled on adding two 2×4 inch boards to the picnic table top, giving me 29 inches of width instead of 22. Getting seated is still comfortable.
    My wife chose two different color paints, light first before the dark. I sanded to distress the wood and made it look old. I finished with two coats of marine spar varnish. The wood is well protected, and hopefully, it will age with grace.
    This project helped get me through a tough winter. Thanks for the great plans. I know the benches/picnic table will get tremendous use through the years. Thanks again’
    John Royce

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