How To Make A Wooden Round Table | DIY Project
Wood crafting an amazing art that takes a lot of hard work, continuous practice and great creative mind to master. Ishitani furniture is a furniture house, which is famous for its beautiful and elegant furniture and crafts work. This tutorial is based on the making of a round table.
This sophisticated, stylish looking roundtable can be a perfect match for the dining room, cafes, restaurants and many places. So the demand of these is much in the market.
If you are an amateur in wood crafting and want to make stylish and beautiful furniture and arts and crafts items and make your place in the market for furniture making this tutorial can be a great help to you.
This tutorial is of professional level and for this, you must have wood crafting machinery and carpentry tools and a separate workshop or space and you must have experience in working with the machines and of furniture making.
The design is the private property of the company so mention credits to the company and doesn’t market it with your own name.
Take the best quality wood for the table to ensure strong and reliable item which will be beneficial for customer trust.
So let’s get to work!!
Drill 2 to 3 pocket holes on each side of the board, make sure pocket holes and screws will end up inside the circle.
Now cut a board wider than your router, you can use plywood for this now drill a hole in this jig screw it in the center and place the router at the circular end of the jig to cut the circular top shape
Check them that they completely fit into each other in a cross manner
Do the same process to make a similar frame but smaller in size
These will be your two frames
The center of beams must be precisely measured and then cut the cavity from the center of both beams to join together, if all the sides of the cross formation are not equal then the table will not be in symmetry
Drilling holes should not be a tough task, but it can be when you need to drill so many. Precision is the key here. Remember to setup the stop blocks properly to make the exact holes in the first attempt. Read more tips below to be able to do this task smoothly.
Hammer each connection so that each connection is perfectly screwed with each other and fixed.
Once the structure is perfectly and strongly fixed cut out the overhang edges from each side
So finally your table is ready to be packed and delivered to the market
This video is shared by Ishitani furniture. It is a furniture and art & craft manufacturing house it is Japan base and located at an altitude of 1100m at the foot of the volcano Mt.Asam
This tutorial is for professionals so don’t try this if you don’t have woodworking training.
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