Re: Questions about End Table Plans
Looking down on the table leg system from the top, it forms a "cone" shape, which will require compound angle cuts to the top and bottom of the leg for them to sit flush to the floor and table top. Because the faces of the legs remain on the same plane to each other, the cross pieces and skirts only require a single 5* bevel.
Now, because each side of the skirt is angled, the resulting top of the frame is not going to sit flush on the table top, only the outside edge will contact the top. This isn't a big deal, the gap will be to the back and unseen. If you'd rather have a flush fit, then you'd have to cut 5* bevels to the top edge of the pieces under the table top.
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