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Step 2

Test fit the inside legs (G) against the frame stiles (A). When you look at any of the legs, you should see the face of a frame stile and the edge of either an inside leg or another frame stile. That way, after the table is primed and painted, the legs will appear square. Glue and clamp the inside legs to the frame stiles (A) at each corner (Inside Legs) and let dry.

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Measure between the top rails (B, D) and cut the top shelf (F) to fit the opening. Drill pocket holes where shown (Upper Shelf). Sand the top surface and wipe clean. Then stain the top to match the bottom shelf and let dry. Follow that with two coats of clear finish.

Step 4

Lower the top shelf into position between the top rails until it rests on the inside legs (G). Pocket-screw the shelf to the upper frame rails (B, D).

Build and Add the Top Frame

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Measure between the top rails and cut the top frame front and back (L) and frame sides (M) to length.

Step 2

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Drill pocket holes where shown in the frame sides (M) (Table Top). Then glue and screw the sides to the front and back (L) and let dry.

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Glue and clamp the top frame to the top rails and stiles. Sand the frame edges smooth with the rails and corners.

Build the Display Tray

Step 1

Cut the tray front and back (H), tray long dividers (I), and tray short dividers (J) to length. Cut the tray middle dividers (K) about 1-in oversize.

Step 2

To simplify making the tray, first build two subassemblies on a flat surface. Glue and screw three short dividers (J) to two tray dividers (I) where shown (Display Tray). Measure between diagonal corners on the ends of the long dividers to check that the assembly is square. Then repeat for the other two long dividers and three short dividers.

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Glue and screw the two subassemblies to the tray front and back (H) and let dry.


Good to Know

The tray needs to fit within the top frame (L/M) without being forced into place. Check the length of the tray front and back (H) by fitting it inside the table opening. Hold two 3/4-in-thick scraps against the end of a long divider (I) to simulate the length of the final tray and check that they fit the frame opening.

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Measure between the two inside long dividers and cut the two middle dividers (K) to length. Glue and clamp the middle dividers in place to complete the tray.


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Study the Display Tray drawings to see how screws are used only on the outside long dividers and one end of each shorter divider. That way, no screw heads will show inside the display tray when you''s tape around two fingers with the sticky side out. Press the tape against the acrylic at one corner and pull up just enough to reach beneath the sheet and lift it free.

Apply Finish and Assemble the Table

Step 1

Finish-sand the entire table and fill any exposed gaps with paintable caulk. Use 180-grit sandpaper and a block to soften any sharp edges on the legs and frame. Wipe the surfaces clean with a the 1 last update 2020/05/28 soft cloth.Finish-sand the entire table and fill any exposed gaps with paintable caulk. Use 180-grit sandpaper and a block to soften any sharp edges on the legs and frame. Wipe the surfaces clean with a soft cloth.

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On the bottom shelf, you''s tape so the tape edge closest to you just touches the inside corners of the inside legs (Bottom Shelf Paint). (It''s important that they be the same length. To achieve that, tape a stop block to your table saw miter fence at the right distance from the blade.



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