Início Marcenaria Folding Wine Stand: Perfect for Picnics. Summer Fun!MarcenariaFolding Wine Stand: Perfect for Picnics. Summer Fun!Por Fernando de Miranda Lisbôa Júnior - 12/03/20202025Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print FREE PLANS for The BASIC MOBILE WORKBENCH ▻▻ http://basicmobileworkbench.com/ Summer is in full swing! Make your next picnic an elegant one with … source ARTIGOS RELACIONADOSMais do autor MarcenariaREVIEW: Steve Ramsey's Powered Up Course MarcenariaBOOM Box Amplifier! Explosive Sound For Your Tunes. MarcenariaBuild this budget-friendly outdoor bench using 2x4s. Fun & easy weekend woodworking project! 25 COMENTÁRIOSHey S you might find this interesting , fae Izzy swanHow to make a zero clearance insert plate for a table saw with p.v.c.ah mm that link dinny work doh ,oh well I think you'll manage to get there keep on keeping on,G Faça login para deixar um comentárioDidn't turn up in my sub feed till 19 July 2015….about 3 weeks after it was uploaded…what are you doing Google/YouTube? Faça login para deixar um comentárioAnd it could also be used as a weapon should the situation arise Faça login para deixar um comentárioI made some plans several months ago when my wife and mother wanted one. I can't find them today, And I happened to stumble on these. Thanks Steve!!! Faça login para deixar um comentárioSo cool. I don't drink but cool Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve, good job (as always), I've almost completed this, slightly differently; I used a 20mm thick hardwood dowel for the spike, after routing the 2 legs with a round nose bit. It looks nice, time will tell if it was a wise choice. Wish I'd found your plans beforehand! What spray wood lacquer do you use? And greetings for over the pond. Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve, new to woodworking and have been watching your videos ! I don't have a bandsaw or hole saw , so I'm going to try a jig saw , any tips before I mess this up hahah , also thinking bout using some of the leftover steel and dowel and glueing sandpaper to it as a spindle for my drill! Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat keeps the wine bottle from falling through? The notch in the leg? Also thought you could build a stand with a hole in the center piece to put the metal rod from the table so you could use it on a patio or deck. Faça login para deixar um comentárioIt's very good Project and beautiful…… thanks so much! Faça login para deixar um comentárioYour son is absolutely adorable. Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat type of bits are in your press drill, please Steve? Especially when you make large holes. Our hackerspace needs some, methinks. Faça login para deixar um comentáriohow thick is the wood? Is everything a 1x? Faça login para deixar um comentárioDid you free hand that template or did you get it from online? Going to try my hand at this project Faça login para deixar um comentárioyour plans are not 12 inches Faça login para deixar um comentáriothey are 11 and 5/8 Faça login para deixar um comentárioMicrojig ads are funny as hell Faça login para deixar um comentárioI think you are my favorite content creator on youtube. I rarely comment and have never felt like saying something like this but all your videos are so interesting. I'm not even a woodworker really… just a computer programmer in training.. Keep up the good work! Faça login para deixar um comentárioSteve, the second panel for the top was an accidental mistake of genius. It looks perfect, and extra fancy…with a Bold artistic statement. Very nice indeed Faça login para deixar um comentárioI have started this project this weekend and ran into a huge problem. Trying to drill the holes with a hole saw was a nightmare. Did you use a special hole saw or do you have a trick from keeping it from binding? It screwed up my drill press. Faça login para deixar um comentárioHello Steve, you're the best. Here in Brazil I've always been watching your videos! Faça login para deixar um comentárioI’ve recently made one of these tables. I made one upgrade to the design. Instead of a fixed metal stake I replaced it with a 3/4” coupling nut and screwed in a 5/16” X 8” bolt this way the stake can be removed. You can also make a base for it to stand on hard surfaces and just screw it in using the coupling nut inside the leg. Thanks for the how too. Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat is the thickness of the top and the total thickness of the leg? 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