Home Project This Simple Tray Will Make Outdoor Meals Much Easier This Summer You Can Use It To Carry The Small Items You Need Out To Your Patio Table From The Kitchen Then Back Inside Again
Home project this simple tray will make outdoor meals much easier this summer you can use it to carry the small items you need out to your patio table from the kitchen then back inside again is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by nathaniel with ID 13139391763 was uploaded on 13-03-2019 and has been viewed 389,984 times.
Patio Tray Illustration by Mike Del Rizzo This tray is made from oak.However, almost any wood will work just fine.We used contrasting scr*w hole plugs.You could use plugs that match your wood.The bottom of the tray is made from matching oak veneer plywood, but an alternative is to use contrasting plywood for added effect.
• Use a table saw to cut the end (A) and side (B) pieces to the correct width, and then cut them to length.Cut the bottom piece (C) to size as well.• Use a template to transfer the end profile to the end pieces.
Hold the template in position and trace the template with a pencil, making sure the line is dark enough to see when bandsawing.• Bandsaw the end profiles by following the line you drew on the end pieces.
Stay just outside the line.You could also use a jigsaw.Transfer end pattern using template Cut out end profile • Sand the sawn edges by hand or with a drum sander mounted in your drill press.• Set up your router table with a ¼" spiral bit, protruding ¼" from the table.
Set the fence approximately 3⁄16" from the router bit.• Using a push stick, run both...