Re: Kayak Table Plans

Posted by tim on Oct 14, 2006

Great table. If it breaks down for storage and re-use, even better. I notice in your picture that you have a set of stands/slings in the background. Looks like the ones on the CLC site. Those are great. As a pre-lude to my build, I handcrafted, mortised and tennon joinery, a set as well. They are awesome all around. Any-who....I built my worktable using a 4x8 sheet of 5/8 chip board sawed in half with a 2' piece in the center to give me an 18'x2'work surface. I used my stands with a crossbrace in place and two 12' 2x4 to support it's length. On the ends, I used a 2x4 cut to length as support legs. The whole unit assembled using drywall screws. Made a fantastic work surface for gluing up all the panels, sheers, stitching.....And it breaks down nicely for storage, who knows, I just might find myself building another boat this winter.......By the by the stands were also made from 2x4s as well. Very inexpensive, yet effective and solid! Just another thought.

In Response to: Kayak Table Plans by Chris Donnelly on Oct 12, 2006


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