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Traditional Picnic Table Plans,Table of Contents,Materials List 1. End Side Views 2,Parts Dimensions 3,Hole Layout 4,Cutout Diagrams 5. Mounting the Wheels 6,Attach the Stiffeners 7,Attach the Seats Legs 8. Attach the Top Braces 9,How the Wheels Work 10,Introduction. Thank you for purchasing our Picnic Table Plans Please read these instructions before. I recommend you make the legs from treated lumber because they will have ground. contact The rest of the parts could be made from treated wood too except the top Since. food will be served and eaten from the top I recommend untreated wood for it If kept. painted regular pine will last for several years, These plans include the use of wheels on two legs The way the wheels are mounted keeps.
the weight on the legs when the table is sitting flat but the weight shifts to the wheels. when the side of the table without the wheels is lifted This allows for easy moving of the. table when necessary Of course the wheels are optional and they can always be added. later if desired, These plans also include the use of four simple strips of by 1 wood that I call Leg. Protectors Their purpose is to keep people s legs from getting scratched on the ends of the. bolts that secure the seat supports to the picnic table legs. Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio,Traditional Picnic Table Plans Materials List. Qty Item Length Material,5 Top Boards 72 2 by 6,4 Seat Boards 72 2 by 6. 2 Seat Supports 57 2 by 6,2 End Top Supports 26 2 by 4. 3 Top Stiffeners 26 2 by 4,6 Seat Stiffeners 10 2 by 4.
4 Leg Protectors 10 3 4 by 1 1 2,2 Braces 30 2 by 4. 4 Legs 32 2 by 6,16 3 8 Carriage Bolts 3 1 2 Galvanized. 16 3 8 Flat Washers Galvanized,16 3 8 Self Locking Nuts Galvanized. 20 8 Deck Screws 3,54 8 Deck Screws 2 1 2,8 8 Deck Screws 1 5 8. 2 6 Wheels Plastic,2 1 2 Hex Head Bolts 4 Galvanized.
4 1 2 Flat Washers Galvanized,2 1 2 Self Locking Nuts Galvanized. The diameter of these bolts depends on the axle hole diameter of the wheels you use For the. wheels I recommend plastic hubs and rubber tires because of rust concerns. Revised 10 12 2012,Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio. Traditional Picnic Table Plans End Side Views,Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio. Traditional Picnic Table Plans Parts Dimensions,5 1 2 Top Seat Boards 9 Required. Seat Supports 2 Required 5 1 2,5 1 2 Legs 4 Required 65.
Note To get the 65 angles you may need to set your miter saw to 25. This is because the scales on most miter saws are set so that a 90 cut is labeled as 0 on the scale. 3 1 2 3 1 2, End Top Supports 2 Required 2 1 2 Top Stiffener 3 Required. 3 1 2 1 1 2,Leg Protector 4 Required,Seat Stiffener 6 Required. 50 Brace 2 Required 40,Cut off a section of each end brace at. the 40 degree end as shown in the,detail view above. Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio,Traditional Picnic Table Plans Hole Layout.
14 3 2 1 4 Seat Support 3 14, Drill four 3 8 holes in the Seat Supports for the Legs as shown. 1 1 2 3 4 1 1 2,4 3 4 Seat Support 4 3 4, Drill six 3 16 diameter holes in the Seat Supports and countersink. them for 8 deck screws as shown These holes are for mounting the. Seat Stiffeners to the End Top Supports,14 5 8 15 3 16 2 3 16. Seat Stiffener,3 3 3 1 2 3 1 2,1 1 2 Drill countersink four holes in the. Drill four 3 8 holes in each Leg as shown Seat Stiffeners for 8 screws. 26 1 1 2 1 1 2, Drill four 3 8 holes in the End Top Supports Drill countersink four holes in the End Top.
These holes will be used for mounting the legs Supports for 8 deck screws for mounting the. 2 1 2 stiffeners to the End Top Supports,2 1 2 2 1 2. 11 3 4 5 7 8 Leg Protector,Top Stiffener,Drill countersink two 3 16 holes in the Leg. Drill countersink ten holes in the Top Protectors 1 1 2 from from each end an. Stiffeners for 8 screws centered top to bottom Round off the outter. edges on all four sides so they don t scratch,anyones legs. Drill countersink two holes on the,ends of the braces for 8 screws as. Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio, Cut the 3 1 3 wide pieces from three 8 two by fours as shown.
End Top Supports 2 Required End Top Supports 2 Required Stiffener Stiffener Stiffener Stiffener. 6 Required 6 Required 6 Required 6 Required, Top Stiffener 3 Required Top Stiffener 3 Required Top Stiffener 3 Required 6 Required. Brace 2 Required Brace 2 Required Stiffener,6 Required. Cut the legs from two 6 treated two by sixes as shown. Legs 4 Required Legs 4 Required,2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio. Traditional Picnic Table Plans Cutout Drawings,Legs 4 Required Legs 4 Required. Traditional Picnic Table Plans Mounting the Wheels. Wheels that are labeled 6 may not be exactly 6 in diameter So you ll need to place your. wheel on the bottom of the leg as shown The center of the axle hole should be 1 1 8 from the. edge and the edge should be flush with the bottom of the leg as shown Make a mark through. the axle hole and drill a 1 2 hole or the diameter of the axle hole for your wheels for the axle. bolt in the marked position, Cut off the end so the edge closest to the axle hole is 32 1 2 long as shown.
Mount the wheels with 3 1 2 by 1 2 diameter or the diameter of the axle hole for your. wheels hex head bolts You should place a flat washer between the wheel and the leg and. between the nut and the leg I recommend using galvanized bolts nuts and washers. You ll need to use self locking nuts because the wheels won t turn if you tighten them against. the leg Tighten them just enough so the wheels are not too sloppy. Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio, Traditional Picnic Table Plans Attach the Stiffeners. Apply some weather proof glue to the mating,surfaces and attach a Seat Stiffener to each end. of each Seat Support with 3 long 8 Deck,screws as shown Next attach a Top Stiffener. to each End Top Support,Arrange the 5 top boards as shown with a 3 8. gap between each board Attach the two Top,Supports stiffeners should already be.
attached to the top boards with 2 1 2 deck,screws as shown Be sure the top boards line. up properly and the ends are flush and square,Also be sure the center support is centered. from end to end,Attach the center stiffer as shown. Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio, Traditional Picnic Table Plans Attach the Seats Legs. Mount seat boards to the seat,supports with 2 1 2 deck screws.
Note the dimensions shown, Mount the legs to the Seat Supports with 3 1 2 long. 3 8 diameter galvanized carriage bolts as shown Use. flat washers for the side the nuts go on can tighten. them after you have finished mounting the top,Leave these bolts snug for now You can. tighten them after mounting the top,Attach the leg protectors. with 1 5 8 8 Deck Screws,Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio. Traditional Picnic Table Plans Attach the Top Braces. Mount the legs to the Top Supports with,3 1 2 long 3 8 diameter galvanized.
carriage bolts as shown Now you can,tighten all the bolts for the seat assembly. and the top supports,Mount the braces to the seat supports. and top as shown The end of the,braces with 40 tip goes against the. center top stiffener Page 2 gives a,good illustration of how the braces. are placed,This completes the assembly,of your picnic table.
Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio, Traditional Picnic Table Plans How the wheels work. In the normal position the weight is supported by the legs. When raised like this the wheels support the weight and picnic table may be rolled. Copyright 2005 by Robert E Reedy Vandalia Ohio,More Plans from www bobsplans com. Router Table Workbench Dog House Picnic Table Octagon Table. 6 Foot Bar Corner Desk Book Case Mantel Clock Redwood Planter. Wheelbarrow Spoke Wheel Panel Saw Trellis Wheelbarrow. Pocket Hole Jig Tenoning Jig Table Saw Sled Drill Press Table. Traditional 6 Foot Picnic Table Plans amp Instructions You won t need any fancy tools to build this traditional picnic table All it requires are basic tools like a saw a drill and an adjustable wrench This plan is based on a time honored classic design For the prototype I used treated lumber for the legs and regular pine for the rest of the

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