Round Dining Table Bases

Feb 12th

Dining table bases – Always practical and decorative, the round tables are furniture very used in homes and also offices, because in this type of covers more people can sit, than in a rectangular or square table. Here we will show you how to make and install a simple table base, with which you can firmly and securely support a round glass or wood cover up to 1.50 m in diameter. Draw on the board; mark on the board the two rectangles corresponding to the chosen size: 122 x 75 cm for the large table, or 60 x 58 cm for the small table. Trace the profiles of the edges on their sides.

The Best Dining Table Bases
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Assembly draft, trace the axis of the assembly line to the center of each of the pieces and divide it in half. Pay special attention when drawing this cut: it should only reach half the height of the dining table bases and have a width slightly greater than the thickness of the plate, this is 20 mm. Remember that in one of the pieces the upper half of the rectangle is removed and in the other the lower half. Cut the shapes, with a jig saw, cut the two pieces of the base. Soften the edges; sand all sides with a sandpaper and / or rasp, emphasizing the sanding of the edges, as they have greater absorption than the surface.

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Ideas for install dining table bases, join the pieces, apply cold glue inside the union of both pieces and carefully adjust them forming an X. Make sure they stick while keeping the angles perfectly straight. Using a cloth or spatula, clean the adhesive residue before it dries. Prepare surface, apply a coat of filler or putty to homogenize the surface in color and texture. Seal the pores with 2 or 3 coats of fixative sealer, according to the desired finish. After each coat dries, and before applying the following, sand with 320 grit sandpaper or better. Then paint with roller or brush, varnish or lacquer. In this case, use a spray gun in 2 to 3 thin hands, adjusting the viscosity, in the quantities recommended by the manufacturer of the lacquer.