Making your own round dining room tables can be a rewarding and easy task and can save a lot of money. Doing it is quite easy. It’s a little more complicated than making a rectangular or square table, but many parts of the process are the same.
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How to make a round dining room tables
- Measure the space where your table will be using a tape measure. Leave enough space for chairs. Assign about 30 cm to the space around them. The value measured in diameter to serve the round dining room tables.
- Mark a central point in the timber and reduce by half the diameter measurement. From the center point, measure the length of the radius and mark your points. Do this a few times, and connect the dots to create a complete circle. Cut the circle using a table saw or regular saw. This will be your desk.
- Sand your round dining room tables until it is smooth.
- Cut wood thickness of 5 per 10 cm four pieces of 90 cm length. Fuck them and varnish them. They serve as the legs of the table.
- Turn the tables, and divide into quarters using the marks of a pencil. Make a point at the end of each mark, about 2.5 cm away from the edge of the table. This is where each foot is fixed.
- Put your foot on the bottom of your table and align the bar form L. Screw two of these metal bars on each side of the foot of the table. Do this with all four feet. You can also skip the metal bars and instead of using them, just screw the legs of the table at an angle.
- Varnish the round dining room tables and let it dry.