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Old 02-04-2010, 01:52 PM   #1
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Hello all,
Well I have almost finished my tv tray so this is what I came up with.
I used 3/8 pine and glued them up and used 3/8 pine for a backer The legs is made out of 3/4 x 3/4 poplar with a 1/4 dowel going in the support. I cut the leg up a the top at a 45 degree angle. the longer legs is 27 1/2 in long and the short legs are 26 in long. I will make them longer on my next one I think I will add a inch. I think it sits just a little low for my liking. I made my own washer/spacers out od wood to put between the legs I have to wait till we get a steady 70 degree weather so I can put on the epoxy resin the mfg said it needs to be at least 70 for 72 hours
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I have a brother who would love your idea. He usually claims anything I make that is wildlife related. I think he has more of my cuttings in his house than I have in mine!

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Nice looking tray, look forward to finished pix.
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