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Item 151866D
Model SF-42

Woodcraft - Octagon Picnic Table - Downloadable Plan

$9.99

Lots of barbecues and picnics will be in your future with this beautiful, handmade octagon picnic table. This large picnic table utilizes sturdy, standard, and time-tested construction. Plans...

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Lots of barbecues and picnics will be in your future with this beautiful, handmade octagon picnic table. This large picnic table utilizes sturdy, standard, and time-tested construction. Plans include a list of materials, instructions and large format measured drawings. Insure a high-quality and long-lasting finished project by building from cedar or redwood or other water resistant material.

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• Size: 4' W (approx.) x 85" L x 29-1/2" H

• Downloadable plan, materials not included.

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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Suggestion

    Might be helpful to note on cut list that lengths are overall before miters on ends. Had to calculate D in order to be reasonably sure of overall cut length. Alternative might be to show overall lengths of pieces in Figure 2.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Solid table. Read the plans closely

    I recently downloaded and printed out the plans to build the table for a porch at a friend's house in Vermont. The instructions were really helpful and provided the exact amount of wood to purchase. The cut sheet was very helpful in trying to figure out how to make the cuts. Diagrams generally very good. Unfortunately, there were a few minor mistakes (for example, cut sheet had a few math problems on a board, a dado cut was not specified etc). Generally though, great instructions and built a solid table. Looking forward to many happy meals there!

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Sturdy Table

    This is a very sturdy table. Instead of dowels, I used pocket hole joinery. I paid a lot of attention to the cut sheet and accurately made cuts, and then realized by looking at the prints that some of the cut sizes are oversized and some are not. I made mine out of plain 2 by untreated lumber and plan on sealing it with the latest and greatest deck sealant.

  4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Nice table, built to last

    My wife and I built this table a 10 years or so ago. It's well designed, heavy, and takes a lot of abuse. It wasn't hard to build, but don't try to lift it by yourself!

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