Hi it’s Amy from Hertoolbelt back with yet another develop plan. This construct strategy is for the super popular patio table with built in ice boxes by Kruse’s Workshop featured right here on Remodelaholic.
You can see the full photo developing tutorial here, and benches here. There have been a couple of requests for ‘plans’, so here you go! Thanks again to Heidi and Brent for sharing their amazing talents with us, and for letting us sketch up a developing program for you — be positive to head more than to Kruse’s Workshop for the guidelines to construct the benches and to say thanks!
Plans to Develop a Patio Table with Built-in Drink Coolers
- 2 – 1″ x four″ x 8′ boards (actual three/4″ x 3 1/two)
- 5 – two″ x 4″ x eight′ boards (actual 1 1/2″ x three 1/2″)
- four – 2″ x eight″ x eight′ boards (actual 1 1/2″ x 7 1/4″)
- 2 – 2″ x six″ x eight′ boards (actual 1 1/2″ x 5 1/2″)
- 2 – four″ x four″ x eight′ posts (actual three 1/2″ x three 1/2″)
- 2 1/2″ pocket hole screws
- 1 3/four″ deck screws
- 8 – 5/16″ x 3″ bolts
- eight – five/16″ washers
- eight – 5/16″ wood anchors
- 2 – plastic planter boxes
- 120 grit sandpaper
- 80 grit sandpaper
- Pre-conditioner, stain, exterior spar varnish, foam brushes, fine sanding block
Recommended cutting guide, always measure and confirm as you go. Lumber width dimensions may differ.
Cut the 1ࡪ boards according to the reduce diagram. Pre drill holes in the 20 three/four″ pieces to create two boxes that will support the plastic planter boxes. Secure the boxes collectively with 1 1/2″ minimum length screws. Cut the 2ࡪ boards according to the cut diagram. Drill pocket holes in every end of the 20 3/4″ boards and 34 1/four″ boards for 1 1/2″ material. Also drill pocket holes along a side of the 34 1/four″ boards to attach to the table leading later. Assemble the icebox help frame about the icebox help as shown, safe the frame with two 1/two″ pocket hole screws. Make sure to offset the icebox help down in, such that when the planter box is resting on the icebox support the top of the planter box is flush with the twoࡪ icebox help frame. Secure the icebox support to the frame with 1 3/four″ screws. Repeat for 2nd icebox assistance frame.
Reduce the 61 five/8″, 11 5/16″ and 26″ pieces of 2࡮. Cut the 11 five/16″ pieces of 2࡬ and rip down to 4 3/4″ wide x 11 5/16″ lengthy. Drill pocket holes for 1 1/two″ material to join the boards together. Offset the 61 5/eight″ boards from the ends of the 26″ boards 1/8″ for expansion. Trim the 11 5/16″ boards to fit, if needed. Join all of the boards together and safe with 2 1/two″ pocket hole screws. Measure the length of the table prime that is assembled so far. Cut two pieces of 2࡮ to match the length of the table (76 1/8″). Drill pocket holes for 1 1/two″ material in the ends of the 26″ boards. Secure the 76 1/8″ boards to the 26″ boards.
Drill pocket holes along one edge of each and every of the 66 three/four″ and 31″ 2ࡪ’s for 1 1/2″ material. Attach the two icebox help frames to the 66 three/four″ skirt boards, safe with 2 1/2″ pocket hole screws. Center and safe the icebox support frames/skirt to the table top with 2 1/2″ pocket hole screws.
Attach the 31″ skirts on the ends with 2 1/two″ pocket hole screws.
Cut the 28 1/two″ legs from the 4ࡪ posts. On 1 finish measure more than two 3/four″ and reduce a 45 deg about 4″ lengthy. In the center of the 45 deg ‘flat’, mark a line at 1″ and 2 1/two″ from the post end. Drill 7/16″ holes about 1 1/two″ deep at the two marks. Install a 5/16″ wood anchor/thread insert in every hole per the makers instructions. Repeat for every single leg.
Take the 4 – 8″ twoࡪ pieces and reduce a 45 deg on every single finish. Mark the center of the pieces and 1″ and two 1/2″ up from the bottom. Drill 1/two″ thru holes.
Attach the corner brackets to the skirts with 1 three/four″ screws. Install a 5/16″ washer on each and every bolt and secure the legs to the table utilizing 5/16″ x three″ bolts.
Reduce four pieces of 2࡬ that are about 24″ lengthy. Predrill holes in the 16″ 1ࡪ. Join two of the 24″ boards collectively with the 16″ board and safe with 1 3/four″ screws. The 16″ board must be centered along the joint of the 24″ boards and about three 1/eight″ in from one end.
Mark 22 1/four″ from the finish and in the center among the two 24″ boards, drill a 2 1/8″ hole with a hole saw. Then reduce the lid to 22 1/four″ length. Repeat for the other lid. Verify the lid fits in the table, trim as required.
Sand the table till smooth finishing with 120 grit sand paper, constantly finish sanding in the direction of the grain. Apply wood conditioner and stain to the table and permit to dry. Apply a prime coat as directed and enable to dry. Make confident to check out Kruse’s Workshop finishing suggestions right here.
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Patio Table with Built Program
For a lot more construct plans verify out Hertoolbelt:
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