"conventional" 4-legged table - how?

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"conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby Joe Harkin » Tue, Oct 27 2009, 1:49PM

Brain freeze here.
How do I design a "standard" rectangular 4-legged table with (or w/o) aprons?
I want to start with the basic table and be able to re-size it, and change the legs - square, round, tapered,
colonial, etc, change the aprons out for drawers.
Basically, how do I shorten a cabinet and stick legs in the corners? :? :wall:

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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby Leo Graywacz » Tue, Oct 27 2009, 7:08PM

Here is the top with an apron, just add legs. You can look around on the construction to see how it was done. The front apron is a stretcher, it might be problematic when resizing the depth.
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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby JohnLashuay » Thu, Oct 29 2009, 9:49AM

Leo, Nice table!

Joe, if you need to resize Leo's table and still have it keep it settings the front stretcher needs to have some of its settings locked.

I attached the file with a couple of the stretcher settings locked.

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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby Joe Harkin » Thu, Oct 29 2009, 12:23PM

Leo & John:
:?: TUVM both for the tabletop HSF. Not to be a PITA, but don't I need a mstching JPEG file to use it? :?

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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby JohnLashuay » Thu, Oct 29 2009, 12:55PM

Joe Harkin wrote:Leo & John:
:?: TUVM both for the tabletop HSF. Not to be a PITA, but don't I need a mstching JPEG file to use it? :?


To use it all you have to do is download it. When you save it with a different name it will generate its own jpg.

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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby Kerry Fullington » Thu, Oct 29 2009, 1:02PM

Joe,

You could always use some Thermwood Carvings

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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby Joe Harkin » Thu, Oct 29 2009, 1:34PM

Thx, John. And, Kerry- I'll save that one for the Versailles remodel job :joker: :joker:

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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby Leo Graywacz » Thu, Oct 29 2009, 1:55PM

Since when is that considered a "conventional" table Kerry :lol:
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Re: "conventional" 4-legged table - how?

Postby DanEpps » Thu, Oct 29 2009, 3:26PM

Leo Graywacz wrote:Since when is that considered a "conventional" table Kerry :lol:


Kerry's from Texas, remember? :joker:


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