C Table : Digital Plans

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Fully Dimensioned Plans
Completed Table
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Fully Dimensioned Plans
Completed Table

C Table : Digital Plans

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My wife has a home office that she recently purchased a Chaise Lounger , its a model that doesnt have any arms on it, so it makes it difficult to read or drink a cup of coffe at. So She asked me to come up with a idea of a table.

So I came across a lot of style of table that would work great but something stuck out about this style of table and mainly it was the joint that was used to assemble it, its called a finger joint (box joint) and its simply a series of fingers and slot that when mated together forms an extremely strong joint as well as looking very attactive and not as hard to complete as say a dovetail joint.

So I designed this table form a few internet inspirations and built one. These are the exact same plans I used to build my table, and the table is tailored to my chair so you might need to do some slight adjustments. My table was 26” tall x 15” wide x 11” deep.

My plans include:

  • 10 pages of colored illustrated diagrams , with dimensioned parts and step and tips on how to make it.

  • A completed cut list

  • A step by step blog on my build that includes loads of helpful hints, pictures and a few links that will help you along the way.

NOTE: THAT I AM NOT SELLING THIS TABLE AS A PHYSICAL ITEM, BUT ONLY SELLING DIY PLANS ON HOW TO MAKE IT.

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