DIY Kitchen Table With Stone Coat Epoxy Step By Step


• 4’x8′ – 3/4″ Plywood (x1)

• 4’x8′ – 3/4″ MDF Plywood (x1)

• 2x4x8′ (x3)

• Wood Glue

• 1/4″ Pocket opening screws

• 2 1/2″ Pocket Hole Screws

• 2″ Wood Screws

Devices for this task

• Drill

• Tape Measure

• Sander

• Jig Saw

• Kreg Jig

• Miter Saw

• Table Saw

• Router

• Band Saw

Step 1: Print a Template and Cut Out First Leg Piece

In the first place, print out the layout. You should print this on a huge organization printer. The layout paper size is 42″x30″. Cut out the leg layout with scissors and spot it on the upper left half of the 3/4″ pressed wood. With a pencil follow the layout. Use dance saw as well as band saw to cut this first piece. At that point utilize an arbitrary orbital sander and sand any harsh edges. This first piece is imperative to get a precise shape, since it will be utilized as a layout for all other leg pieces.

Step 2: Cut Out Middle Leg Support

Similar to step 1, cut out the middle leg support template with scissors. Place it on the lower right side of the plywood sheet. Cut it out and sand the edges to make it perfect.

Step 3: Layout All Pieces on One Sheet of Plywood

Once you get the first leg and middle support template adjusted to the desired look, then place the template on the plywood and trace with a pencil. Layout all the pieces as shown on the cut list. All pieces should fit on one 4’x8′ sheet of plywood.

Step 4: Cut Out All the Pieces to Match the Original Template

Utilize a blend of dance saw and band saw to cut all the pieces. Cut them somewhat bigger than the pencil mark since this will be the primary harsh cut. Spot the first format on the base and an unpleasant piece on the top. Clip the two sorts out and with a switch that has a flush-trim switch bit, go over the edge of the leg. This will make the unpleasant cut piece precisely like the first layout.

Step 5: Glue Together Four Pieces Per Leg

Every leg will have four compressed wood pieces. Paste them together utilizing Wood Glue and brad nails to hold it set up. Clip all pieces together and let the paste dry.

Step 6: Cut 45 Degree Angle on the Leg

Spot one leg on a level surface and attract two focuses as demonstrated the image. Utilizing a Table Saw cut at 45° from one point to the next. I set the leg on the Table Saw and joined a board of wood with a Nail Gun that goes into the miter opening. This makes the cut straight.

Step 7: Trim Two of the Middle Support Pieces

Now place one leg on the edge of the middle support piece and trace a line following the arc of the leg. Trim on both ends with a jig saw. Do this to two of the middle supports and leave the original uncut.

Step 8: Attach One Leg to the Middle Support

Take one of the legs and paste it to the first center help. Utilize a Nail Gun with brad nails to make sure about the leg set up.

Step 9: Glue the Trimmed Middle Support

Next, stick the cut center help over of the first center help. Additionally, use brad nails to hold it set up.

Step 10: Attach and Glue the Remaining Legs

Then glue the remaining legs to the middle leg support. Clamp all the pieces and let the glue dry.

Step 11: Cut Table Top From MDF Plywood

Now take MDF plywood and cut 66×36 tabletop piece as well as side pieces, as shown on the picture.

Step 12: Attach Bottom Frame to Tabletop

Presently cut 2x4s as appeared on the image and drill pocket openings. Spot the 2×4 casing in the focal point of the MDF pressed wood and connect it utilizing 1/4″ Pocket gap screws.

Step 13: Apply Stone Coat Epoxy to Tabletop and Side Pieces

To get the marble impact on this DIY kitchen table, I utilized Stone Coat Countertops items. To begin with, utilize white paint and groundwork in-one and apply two covers on MDF table top and let it dry. At that point blend 1/2 a gallon of section An and 1/2 a gallon of part B epoxy with a helix paint blender for a decent 5 minutes. Include white tint base into the epoxy and blend some more. At that point spread the epoxy over the tabletop and the side boards. Neuter some dark and darker metalic hues (blended in with 91% isopropyl liquor) on the table. Utilize a blow dryer to spread the hues until you get the ideal look. Utilize a light to go over the table to dispose of any air pockets. Let it dry for 24 hours. After epoxy dries stick the MDF sides to the 2×4 casing.

Step 14: Attach 2×4 to Top of Legs for Support

Cut two of the 2×4 pieces to 28 1/2″ long, at that point join it to the highest point of the legs utilizing 2 1/2″ Wood Screws.

Step 15: Attach Legs to the Tabletop

Connect the legs to the tabletop utilizing 2″ wood screws. You could likewise bore pocket gaps and join it to the edge. That is everything, you’re finished with the DIY Kitchen Table!

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